Creative Arts Education (Postgraduate Certificate)

University for the Creative Arts

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The award
Postgraduate Certificate

How long you will study
7 months

Domestic course fees
GBP 2240 per year

How you will study
part-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
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About Creative Arts Education at University for the Creative Arts

Our Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Arts Education is for staff in Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE) institutions who have either completed the Graduate Certificate in Creative Arts Education, or who have more than three years' full-time or equivalent teaching experience.

The course is registered at our Epsom campus but sessions take place alternately at UCA Epsom and UCA Rochester.

To apply for this course you must be working in a teaching or supporting learning context for a minimum of one day a week across the year. We may be able to support you with one day per week voluntary (unpaid) teaching placement with an appropriate course at UCA - subject to the approval of the Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Arts Education course leader and relevant subject course leader or department manager.

The course is delivered between September and April on alternate Wednesdays (10am - 5pm) at our Epsom and Rochester campuses in rotation.

Our Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Arts Education has three ten-week units. The first unit is assessed through the submission of a range of tasks whereby theory is used to inform the development of good practice appropriate for the discipline or professional support context and level, the second through submission of a research project report and the third through submission of a portfolio.

Key study topics you'll explore include:

Issues of learning and teaching (pedagogy) in creative arts disciplines.

An opportunity to enquire into the pedagogy of creative arts disciplines through conducting a small scale research project.

The opportunity to reflect on professional teaching or supporting learning practice, through the development of a portfolio of evidence.

In addition, you will undertake four peer-supported review activities, whereby you'll discuss and reflect on a different aspect of teaching or supporting learning practice, and keep a reflective journal for your personal critique of teaching/supporting learning practice.

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Fees: £2,240

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