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.
Our Foundation Degree in Inclusive Practice 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.
Whether you're looking to upskill in your existing job, get the qualifications you need for the next steps or change careers entirely, we have spaces on our Inclusive Practice FdA starting this September.
You can learn more about the course at our Inclusive Practice Open Day on Friday 12th March, between 11am and 12pm.
There's no pressure and no risk - the 1 hour session will be online for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home via Zoom (don't worry - we won't be able to see or hear you, but you can ask questions via the Q&A option)!
Here's why you might be interested:
- We'll tell you more about the Inclusive Practice Foundation Degree available at University Centre Weston
- Our specialists will talk you through the finance and practical aspects of studying a degree
- If you're ready to apply, our team will be on hand to help with your application.
This online event is open to everyone - whether you are an existing Weston College student or have never studied with us before.
If you'd like to join the session, register your place below. It's free to attend and there's no obligation.