The programme is assessed at HE level 7 (the level of the final year of a degree programme). Students who do not already hold a first degree or a level 6 qualification (e.g. A Batchelor’s Degree), will be asked to provide evidence of their capability to study at this level. This will involve completing a piece of written work as part of the selection process. Applicants meeting the entry requirements will be interviewed, and the University is looking for applicants who can meet the following selection criteria: •good oral and written communication skills •the ability to analyse and evaluate •adaptability •organisational skills You'll also need to be able to demonstrate your commitment to the course, that you can take responsibility for your own learning, and that you are non-judgmental and able to show openness to new ideas. In addition, before registration students are asked to obtain an enhanced disclosure certificate from the DBS.
Months of entry
This course, combining academic study and professional training, is for you if you want to enter the career guidance profession – in which you could work in a range of settings (e.g. careers service companies, youth guidance services, further education, higher education, adult guidance, the voluntary sector). The course can either be taken over one year of full-time study or two years part-time. You can choose between attending teaching in person or engaging through blended learning.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Anne Chant
- 03330 117082