fdd6dc93-ed26-4172-999a-ba341bcc8436

Skip to content

  1. Study here
  2. Find a course

Find a course

10 results found

  • BA (Honours) Education - Early Years (top up)

    If you have a foundation degree or equivalent qualification with an early years focus and are employed or on voluntary placement in an early years setting, this course allows you to progress further and achieve a full honours degree. Designed for experienced practitioners working at all levels in all types of early years settings, it provides you with the latest knowledge and thinking in early years education and a range of approaches to develop effective practice.

    • 1 Year
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • Foundation Degree Education and Learning Support

    If you work with children and young people, this course gives you the skills and knowledge to progress to more senior roles. The emphasis of the course is on work-based learning, allowing you to develop in your role as you learn. After finishing the first stage of your degree you can progress to the BA (Hons) Education and Learning Support (top-up), or apply for a two-year top-up course to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • BA (Honours) Education and Learning Support (top up)

    If you have a foundation degree or equivalent qualification with an educational focus, this course allows you to progress further and achieve a full honours degree. Designed for experienced practitioners working with children and young people in all settings, it gives you the knowledge and skills to develop effective practice at the forefront of current thinking in education. Work based learning is a key part of the course, allowing you to develop in your role as you learn.

    • 1 Year
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • Foundation Degree Early Years

    If you are currently working as a child-minder, early-years practitioner, manager or other early-years profession, this work-based course will help you develop your professional skills in line with national Department for Education objectives. You study alongside your work, allowing you to apply what you learn directly to your career and use your work experiences as the basis for learning.

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • PGCE Early Childhood Education and Care (0-5) with EYTS (graduate entry route)

    Train to become a teacher in early years with Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) on a course designed for graduates who are not currently employed in an early years setting. Through a combination of taught sessions and professional placements you gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to become a successful teacher of children in the 0-5 age range.

    This course recently received an 'Outstanding' rating from Ofsted.

    • 1 Year
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • PGCE Early Childhood Education and Care (0-5) with EYTS (graduate employment route)

    Train to become a teacher in early years with Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) on a course run in partnership with regional early years settings and schools. Throughout the course you spend time in university, your home setting and on placement gaining a critical and practical perspective on all aspects of learning and teaching in the 0-5 age phase.

    This course recently received an 'Outstanding' rating from Ofsted.

    • 1 Year
    • Part-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • BA (Honours) Early Childhood Studies

    Gain the understanding and practical experience you need to work with children from 0 to 7.

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • MA Education

    Explore innovative, creative and critical ways of thinking about education. Draw on your existing experience or knowledge to develop a reflective and critical approach to contemporary issues. We support your personal and professional development by reflecting on the educational issues that are significant to you, whether in relation to institutional practices or more closely related to the relationship between education and society. The course allows you the scope to focus on your personal interests in education in a context(s) relevant to you.

    • 1-2 Year(s)
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
  • BA (Honours) Working with Children, Young People and Families (top up)

    Study a course that builds on your existing academic skills, knowledge and experience and enables you to top up your exisiting qualifications to an honours degree. You study contemporary policy, theory and research in working with children, young people and families.

    • 1 Year
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
    Add to favourites
  • BA (Honours) Childhood Studies

    Explore many and varied aspects of childhood and adolescence and gain experience working with children, young people and the professionals supporting their development.

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
    Add to favourites
Filter your results

Filter your results

Cancel event

Are you sure you want to cancel your place on Saturday 12 November?

Close