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Access to HE Dip: H & S Care Prof

Access to HE Dip: H & S Care Prof

A2995-1001

Whilst on the course students will receive and complete a study skills unit with the primary focus of the course content focused upon Physiology including cell biology, human reproductive biology, anatomy and physiology of the human skeleton and muscles. In addition students will have the opportunity to study sociological perspectives, the sociology of health and illness, introduction to issues in health and social care.

Advanced Certificate in Teaching (Mathematics: Numeracy)

Advanced Certificate in Teaching (Mathematics: Numeracy)

A4372-1001

This Advanced Certificate is designed for those who already have a teaching qualification. It is a three-module CPD programme for qualified teachers who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in the teaching of mathematics and numeracy to further develop their professional practice and enhance their career opportunities. You will cover the following modules: English and Maths and the Learners Numeracy, Knowledge and Understanding, Numeracy Teaching, Learning and Assessment. This course is delivered by Burnley College

BA (Hons) Art & Design (Foundation Entry)

BA (Hons) Art & Design (Foundation Entry)

A4748-0001

Students will spend the first semester on introductions to Art and Design. The second semester will be spent preparing for further study in their specialist area. There is an emphasis on experimental and creative practice. Students are expected to develop ideas and explore media as the course progresses. Modules over the course will be: Diagnostic Studies Art and Design Studies Drawing and Image Making Specialism Skills (pathway option) This course is delivered by Burnley College.

BA (Hons) Business & Management (Top Up)

BA (Hons) Business & Management (Top Up)

A5234-9999

You will have the opportunity to complete a project directly related to your job so you can apply the skills that you've learned in your workplace, plus choose from a range of options relevant to the world of business. You will need to have a PC or Mac with broadband access to the internet (usually using a web browser such as Safari or Firefox). This course is run by UCLan

BA (Hons) Business Management (Top up)

BA (Hons) Business Management (Top up)

A4710-1001

Year 1 (Part time) In order to gain the BA (Hons) Business and Management you must successfully complete six modules (120 credits) - 5 compulsory modules and one option module from a choice of four. •Honours Level E-Learning •Research Methods •Business Strategy •Personal and Professional Development for Business •Option: Electronic Marketing Year 2 (part time) •Business Management Project OR Business Management Dissertation Options: •Customer Experience Management •Contemporary Issues in Business •Start a Business Year 1 (full time) • Research Methods • Honours Level E-Learning • Business Strategy • Electronic Marketing • Contemporary Issues in Business • Business Management Dissertation

BA (Hons) Community and Social Care: Policy and Practice (Year 1)

BA (Hons) Community and Social Care: Policy and Practice (Year 1)

A4689-1003

Modules will include; Introduction to Community Practice Research and Development Society in Focus - A Sociological Understanding Communication and Social Media Skills in Social Care Contextualising Welfare 1 - The Development of British Social Policy Contextualising Welfare 2 - Theories, Concepts and Issues Development Across the Lifespan. This course is delivered by Burnley College.

BA (Hons) Community Leadership (Top Up)

BA (Hons) Community Leadership (Top Up)

A5236-9999

Underpinned by the philosophy of Paulo Freire, the BA (Hons) in Community Leadership Year 3 course focuses on core themes relating to community leadership, politics and governance, faith, gender, global society. By completing this unique programme, you will be eligible for the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 in Volunteer Management. You will have the opportunity to engage with the Global Community Exchange programme. This course covers modules including: Leading a Community Project Communities Skilled for Change Empowering and Engaging Marginalized Groups Practical Volunteer Management (accredited by the ILM) Global Community Exchange This course is run by UCLan

BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies (Foundation Entry)

BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies (Foundation Entry)

A5229-9999

During your Foundation Entry Year studying Counselling and Psychotherapy you will study alongside peers from related courses, whilst you gain a broad introduction to social care. You’ll benefit from our excellent learning experience exploring a broad range of settings for working with people and communities.

BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice Year 1

BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice Year 1

A4596-1001

You will explore issues concerning how crime is defined and managed in our society and will have the opportunity to specialise in order to tailor your degree to the career path you are interested in eg. policing, the prison service or social work. This course is delivered at the Burnley campus, Year 3 at the Preston campus. Modules will include: Doing Social Research Crime and Society Introduction to Criminal Process and Procedure Crime and Morality Key Thinkers in Criminology Gang and Gun Culture Youth Justice Critical Thinkers Understanding Policing Research Methods in Criminology Controversial Issues in Prisons Understanding Interpersonal Violence.

BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology (Year 1 & 2)

BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology (Year 1 & 2)

A4097-1001

This rapidly growing area of study changes every day, as new criminological and sociological issues arise - and our close links with industry means our curriculum keeps up and reflects this. Modules include: Crime and Morality Crime and Society Key Thinkers in Criminology Sociological Ways of Thinking Doing Social Research Media and Culture Sociology of Religion Critical Thinkers Youth Justice Research Methods in Criminology Controversial Issues in Prisons Sociology and Education Contemporary Thinkers Understanding Interpersonal Violence.

BA (Hons) Education and  Professional Studies (Top Up)

BA (Hons) Education and Professional Studies (Top Up)

A3008-1001

The course will enable you to critically examine education systems, processes, policies and practices in a variety of education contexts, spanning early years to lifelong learning. Modules will include: Diversity and Inclusion in Education Experiential Learning in Educational Settings Learning, Curriculum and Assessment Policy and Practice The Education of Vulnerable Young People * modules are subject to change

BA (Hons) Education and History Year 1

BA (Hons) Education and History Year 1

A4597-1001

This course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to teach with a high level of subject expertise, and you will also have broader skills as a team-worker and communicator, which will be huge assets in any graduate workplace. In Year 1, students will study a mixture of compulsory modules, before deciding to specialise or follow a certain subject throughout the following two years. Modules include: Introduction to Education Studies Education for Everyone? Observing Education in Action Understanding History State and Society: Europe c.1815-1914 The Making of Britain 1688-1815.

BA (Hons) Education and Psychology (Year 1)

BA (Hons) Education and Psychology (Year 1)

A4098-1002

This course enables students to combine complementary disciplines. Through studying Education you will gain an understanding of educational theories, policies and practice, applying these to past and present educational issues. Psychology allows students to understand the developmental and learning processes that underpin childhood development, covering learning, thinking, memory and language.

BA (Hons) Education and Sociology (Year 1 & 2)

BA (Hons) Education and Sociology (Year 1 & 2)

A4099-1001

Modules will include: Introduction to Education Studies Education for Everyone? Observing Education in Action Doing Social Research Sociological Ways of Thinking Media and Culture Sociology of Religion Sociology and Education Innovative Research Contemporary Thinkers Experiential Learning Diversity and Inclusion. Year 1 and Year 2 of the degree are delivered at Burnley College, Year 3 is delivered at the Preston campus.

BA (Hons) Exercise & Fitness Management (Final Year Top Up)

BA (Hons) Exercise & Fitness Management (Final Year Top Up)

A5239-9999

This course focuses on personal training, operations management and career development, all modules which allow you to acquire a variety of employability skills whilst developing your research skills through an additional independent piece of work. On graduation, you’ll be equipped with the skills and experiences you need to succeed in the contemporary exercise and fitness management environment.

BA (Hons) Social Work

BA (Hons) Social Work

A5237-9999

This course covers a range of modules, including: Social Justice in practice Human Growth & Development Learning from Service Users and Carers Experience and Knowledge Law & Safeguarding Communication & Interpersonal Skills Preparation for Social Work Practice Social Perspectives on mental health & distress Leadership, Enterprise, Employability and the Future of Welfare Psychosocial Studies This course is run by UCLan

BA Honours Education and Professional Studies Top Up

BA Honours Education and Professional Studies Top Up

A3008-1005

There is a particularly strong focus on inclusion for diverse learners from non-traditional backgrounds and you will build on your existing knowledge of issues relating race and ethnicity, poverty and deprivation, gender, disability and learning difficulties, sexuality, and mental health, as well as abuse and bullying. Modules include: Diversity and Inclusion in Education, Reflective Practice in Educational Settings, Learning, Curriculum and Assessment, Policy and Practice, The Education of Vulnerable Young People. Please not this course does lead to qualified teacher status (QTS). This course is delivered by Burnley College.

BA Hons Criminology & Criminal Justice Year 0

BA Hons Criminology & Criminal Justice Year 0

A4596-0001

Students will be supported throughout the year to develop their academic and personal skills in the fields of Criminology and Criminal Justice, as well as allowing wider exploration of another three humanities and social science subjects, such as: Law; Psychology; Education; Sociology; English; History; Religion, Culture & Society and Philosophy.

BA Hons Criminology & Sociology Year 0 Foundation Entry

BA Hons Criminology & Sociology Year 0 Foundation Entry

A4097-0001

Students will be supported throughout the year to develop their academic and personal skills as well as an introduction to such humanities and social science subjects as Law, Psychology, Education, Sociology, Criminology, English, History, Religion, Culture & Society and Philosophy through choosing modules appropriate to their future course of study

BA Hons Education & History Year 0 Foundation Entry

BA Hons Education & History Year 0 Foundation Entry

A4597-0001

Students will be supported throughout the year to continually develop their academic and personal skills in the fields of Education and History, as well as allowing the wider exploration of another two humanities and social science subjects, such as: Law; Psychology; Criminology; Sociology; English; Religion, Culture & Society and Philosophy.

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