The aim of this on line programme is to enable experienced practitioners who have already completed relevant level 5 study (HND/FdA or equivalent 240 credit points) in Early Years/Early Childhood Studies to progress to a BA (Hons) degree in Early Childhood Studies.
The BA (Hons) Graphic Design distance-learning programme allows you to study for a degree qualification at a pace that suits busy lifestyles. Course delivery is 100% online; however, students may also attend on-campus sessions if they wish, but this is not a mandatory requirement. Tutors and students interact using Google Docs, course forum, Skype and email.
This is an excellent course for those working within or looking to enter the financial sector, as many employers are asking potential or existing employees to gain this qualification. Gaining this certification will also allow you to become a member of the AAT professional body.
This is a unique degree programme to improve performance and success of professionals within the football industry. Designed to complement the unconventional working patterns of sports professionals.
The aim of this programme is to provide a further progression route for those students who have previously achieved a Foundation Degree or equivalent in a sports-related area.
The FdA Children’s Learning and Development is designed for professionals already working, volunteering or leading in areas within the children`s workforce. Students will be: child minders, early years practitioners, support assistants working in either a mainstream or special school, teaching assistants, managers or advisors working in the early years sector, with a focus on services for children aged 0–8 years and their families. Their employment will be in a diverse range of sectors, which may include: supporting families in the community; working in family centres, or supporting children in schools.
This programme will meet the sector demands and employer needs for a highly skilled and qualified children’s workforce. It will support those professionals working within the Early Years sector who require opportunities to continue to advance their professional careers. Children’s services is a diverse sector and the MA in Early Childhood Studies offers a specialist programme that will attract those employed in Early Years, foundation and primary sectors including: owner/ managers from the private, voluntary and independent sector, foundation and primary teaching. In addition, this programme will support the progression needs of those working in wider children’s services.
This programme will develop a further understanding of inclusion and Special Educational Needs and will allow students to progress in providing education and support within the areas of inclusion and Special Education. It will meet the needs of practitioners who work as Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator. It will also for progression of SENCOs who have laready achieved a National Award for SEN gaining credits at Level 7 to continue with Masters studies in Special Educational Needs and Disability, this is currently offered by DMBC in collaboration with Leeds Trinity. The course will also enhance learning of PGCE students from other institutions who wish to progress to M level.
The MA in Literature and Digital Culture aims to develop participants’ understanding of the role of literature in digital culture, examining both the impact of new media technologies on literary form and content and the importance of literature in shaping the contemporary digital landscape.
The aim of the programme is to enable SENCOs who are new in post or aspiring SENCOs to gain the National Award for SEN Coordination.