Foundation Degree Supporting Teaching and Learning

Encourage education and mould minds with our comprehensive degree course. Whether you’re currently employed or want to start your first learning support role, our foundation degree will prepare you to support the learning of 4-25 year olds. Explore teaching methods and supporting learning concepts as you carve a career in the classroom.

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About the course

Become a teaching assistant, study coach or progress mentor with our Supporting Teaching and Learning Foundation Degree. You will gain the academic knowledge, technical skills and practical experience demanded by industry employers. Develop autonomy and independent thinking as you explore multiple learning methods and formulate your own teaching style.

As you progress through this course, you will develop your skills, knowledge and experience through engaging with a range of study modules. You will learn the concepts of supporting learning, as well as supporting technology enhanced learning. While improving your academic skills, you will complete subject-specific supporting learning modules.

Work experience is essential to succeed in this sector so we embed placements in this programme. You will be expected to gain experience of working with children and young people as a part of the course.

Please note students will need to hold a live enhanced DBS which may incur costs.

This course is validated by Luminate Education Group

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Fee

£7,950 Full Time or £3,975 Part Time (per academic year)

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Location

Teacher Development Centre (Park Lane Campus) or Keighley College (full time only)

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Start Date

18th September 2023

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Duration

2 years full-time

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Course Code

UCAS Course Code: L522
Institution code: L21
Teacher Development Centre (Park Lane) campus code: 1
Keighley College campus code: K

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Study Mode

Full-time

National Student Survey results 2022

The teaching on my course

87%

Learning opportunities

82%

Assessment and feedback

82%