Study About Entry Fees Future Contact Admissions Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education Learning Support (part-time) Undergraduate FdEd Standard course option UCAS code: Contact Admissions What you'll study The three years of part-time study involve face-to-face classes in the evening or on Saturdays, together with more flexible forms of learning such as independent study, online study and work-based learning, with a focus on what you do in the course of your learning support work. First year * Modules are subject to availability Core modules Study Skills for Higher Education Supporting and Enhancing Learning Social Contexts of Learning Digital Technologies for Learning Second year * Modules are subject to availability Core modules Managing Behaviour Working with Professionals and Families Understanding Learning and Teaching Research Methods Final year * Modules are subject to availability Core modules Safeguarding Policy and Practice Independent Project Come to an open day Grab a prospectus Get in touch Admissions +44 (0)1482 466100 International Enquiries “Coming to Hull enabled me to learn something I am passionate about, work for some great organisations and volunteer for some brilliant causes.” Katie Hobson More about this course This qualification is designed for learning support workers within primary and secondary education, community education, further education and extended school provision. In each year there are four modules of study, each worth 20 credits, making a total of 12 modules. You will study in a variety of locations, enjoying 30 hours of formal staff contact time per module. You will also enjoy flexible forms of learning such as independent study, online study and work-based learning. For this course you will need the support of your employer or training officer and someone who is available to act as your workplace mentor. After completion of this Foundation Degree, you may choose to progress to the BA (Honours) degree in Learning and Teaching, Primary Education or in Education and Learning, or the BA (Honours) Early Childhood Education and Care. The primary education route will provide Qualified Teacher Status (QTS); for this route, you will need the required GCSE grades and to be successful at interview. Teaching and Learning Scheduled Placement independent First year 19% 81% Second year 18% 82% Final year 18% 82% Assessment Written Practical Coursework First year 13% 87% Second year 8% 92% Final year 5% 95% Our teaching staff Tricia Shaw Christine Trala Sarah Donkin Where you'll study Hull Campus Click to view directions on Google Maps Related courses Learning and Teaching (Primary QTS) (top-up) Primary Teaching Early Childhood Education and Care (1 year top-up) Early Childhood Studies Education Studies with TESOL Education Studies, Social Inclusion and Special Needs FD Early Childhood Studies Education, Society and Culture (top-up) (part-time) Set yourself up for a rewarding career making a real difference to the lives of children, young people, and adults. Strong partnerships with hundreds of schools, colleges, community organisations and early years settings. Specialise in a particular age range and master advanced teaching methods taught by expert staff. A diverse range of routes into teaching includes undergraduate programmes that incorporate Qualified Teacher Status. Entry requirements We welcome applications from all age groups. Prospective students must usually fulfil the University of Hull's matriculation requirements, but we are keen to take into account your life experiences as well as any professional qualifications and awards that you may have. We therefore do not ask for specific qualifications but are looking instead for motivation, experience in learning support and evidence that your skills in writing and study are sufficient for you to be able to succeed at degree level. Any offers made are conditional on the results of an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check from your employer being confirmed as acceptable by the University. International students Fees and funding Home/EU (part-time): £1,200 (20 credits), £3,600 (60 credits), £4,795 (80 credits) Part-time fees are charged pro-rata to the full-time fee, according to the number of credits being studied. International: Please contact the Faculty of Education for details: email@example.com Fees may be subject to permitted inflationary increases in future years. UK and EU students can take out a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their course, and UK students can take out a maintenance loan of up to £8,700 to cover living costs. Substantial discounts are available for International students. More information on fees can be found in the Money section of the website. Future Prospects This is a vocational qualification only available to those already employed (whether paid or voluntary) in a suitable setting. To undertake the course you will need to have the support of your employer or training officer, and someone who is able to act as your workplace mentor. Students choose this course to help further and enhance their careers in learning support. The course is also suitable for those wishing to continue their studies. The programme leads to a Foundation Degree in Education. From there you can go on to a full Honours degree and to progress your career in the field. The Honours degree itself has three pathways, one of which leads to Qualified Teacher Status (Primary), one allows qualifying graduates to obtain a BA (Honours) degree in Education and Learning and the third leads to a BA(Honours) degree in Early Childhood Education and Care.