Foundation Degrees are vocationally orientated qualifications
which have a large employer input and give you access to a wide choice of career paths. They provide a good pathway onto a degree course.
Foundation Degrees are vocationally orientated qualifications which have a large employer input and give you access to a wide choice of career paths. They provide a good pathway onto a degree course.
We offer the following Foundation Degrees:
Foundation Degree in Counselling and Psychology
You’ll consolidate and extend your understanding of yourself, of the person centred core model and comparative frameworks. You will also learn to integrate theory and practice in a workplace setting. There is a course requirement for 150 workplace supervised client hours and 10 hours personal therapy. The qualification enables you to move towards accredited status.
Foundation Degree in Early Years Sector Endorsed
This course is designed for people working with young children in public, private, voluntary and independent child care and education settings. It gives a higher-level qualification and career development for people working as child minders or in group settings such as a nursery, kindergarten, pre-school, community crèche or children’s centre environment. You’ll learn about the importance of play, language and learning, symbolic representation, management in early years and more. The course also covers issues related to working with multi-lingual children.
How much do they cost?
The fees for Foundation Degrees are set by the universities that award them.
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