The Severe, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties blended learning programme (which is a combination of campus face-to-face sessions and online education) has been developed for a range of professionals/practitioners who work with children and adults with learning difficulties in educational settings across the severe and profound range (SLD/ PMLD). Most learners with SLD/ PMLD use specialist services such as special schools or colleges but some use inclusive services in nurseries, mainstream schools or community education. The programme will cover issues for staff who work in any of these services and has particular emphasis on working together to meet needs. The programme will aim to study systematically, critically and in-depth, aspects of educating children and adults with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties. In particular, it will emphasis working together to meet needs.
If you are interested in this programme and work in a country other than the UK, please note that the term severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties refers to what is described as mental retardation, severe developmental disabilities or severe intellectual disabilities elsewhere in the world. The course covers the most disabled children and adults in our society. In many countries these children and adults live in institutions and do not attend school nor join in community activities such as paid work.
Fees for 2015-16 Adcert/BPhil £2,100 (Home/EU) £6.597.50 (Overseas) PGCert/PGDip/MEd £2,070 (Home/EU) £4,714 (Overseas) The fees shown above are the annual fees for students starting their courses September in 2015. Please note that where courses last more than one year, the annual fees for subsequent years on the course may increase due to inflation.
MEd: a degree or equivalent qualifications, plus a professional training programme, plus relevant experience.PGDip/PGCert: a degree or equivalent qualifications. Please refer to View Website for further information
Recipient: University of Birmingham
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