Inclusive Practice, FdA

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Inclusive Practice, FdA
Inclusive Practice, FdA
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Inclusive Practice, FdA
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Inclusive Practice, FdA

Overview

With the number of people in education with disabilities, learning differences or mental health conditions increasing every year, there is a growing need for specialist practitioners who are able to implement inclusive practices that recognise the diversity of students and enable them to fully participate in learning, teaching and assessment activities.

This course aims to enhance the skills of those working with people with learning differences or disabilities across a range of settings, and provides students with a broad understanding of partnership working across relevant sectors.

Course length:

Full-time: 2 years (1 day a week)

Start date:

13th September 2021

Location:

Knightstone Campus

Course codes:

Institution: W47
Course: X161
Campus: -

Awarding institution:

UWE Bristol

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Course detail

The subjects of person-centred planning and self-directed service and the principles of equality, diversity and safeguarding underpin the ethos of this course. The programme also offers participants the chance to specialise in areas of particular interest, such as the autism spectrum and specific behavioural, emotional and social difficulties.

You will also gain a deeper understanding of the experiences of children and young people who may have been marginalised or excluded from traditional educational settings.

UCW has been awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize and Association of Colleges Beacon Awards to recognise our commitment to supporting students with learning differences or disabilities. We are also a Centre for Excellence in SEND.

You will also be invited to attend optional daytrips at an additional expense. In recent years, for example, students from this course have visited the Autism Show in Birmingham and attended talks by the National Autistic Society in London.

The course is taught in our Knightstone Campus in the centre of Weston. You will also have access to our new University Centre in the Winter Gardens building on Weston seafront. The brand new facility includes bright and spacious learning zones, technology suites, a modern library and a café.

One of the things that sets UCW apart is our focus on work-based learning and this course includes a significant work experience element to prepare students for the real world of work. We may be able to help you in securing a great placement if you are not currently employed in a suitable setting.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the course leader Ben McConkey or UCW’s HEART student services team. It would also be great to meet you and show you around at our next Open Day.

What's it like

Discover more about studying Inclusive Practice at University Centre Weston with this short video.

Quick Stats

This Foundation Degree is taught by Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) specialists who are all experienced in working with individuals with a wide range of barriers to learning and complex additional needs including autism, mental health issues, communication difficulties and challenging behaviours.

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Quick Stats

This Foundation Degree is taught by Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) specialists who are all experienced in working with individuals with a wide range of barriers to learning and complex additional needs including autism, mental health issues, communication difficulties and challenging behaviours.

Delivered in partnership

This course is delivered in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE).

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