Validated by York St John University
If you wish to study this course full-time you must apply through UCAS. Institution code Y70.
If you wish to study part-time follow the 'apply' link at the top of this page and fill out a York College application form.
The programme is designed to allow students who have previously studied for a foundation degree or HND to progress onto a qualification at Honours (third year equivalent) level. The course at this level becomes more academic than previous qualifications, leaving some of the vocational aspects of the foundation degree behind. The qualification is designed to ensure that you develop an in-depth knowledge of the education sector alongside the leadership skills required to progress to a senior role within the Children's Workforce. It is aimed at individuals working mainly in an early years or primary school-age setting.
Completion of Foundation Degree in Young Children’s Learning and Development (or equivalent)
A Placement of at least 100 hours per year
A satisfactory DBS
Duration and Attendance
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 1.5 years
Leadership in Organisations
Critical Perspectives on Education
Child-Centred Early Education
Introduction to work-based project or Introduction to Dissertation
Work-based project or Dissertation
Participants will need to buy books and work within the Children's Workforce.
The course is assessed via a range of methods including seminar activities and written assignments. Each module is assessed on an individual basis and may include a variety of the methods listed above.
On successful completion of the course you will receive a BA (Hons) degree in Educational Leadership - Children's Workforce (Top-up). Graduates with the appropriate grades may progress to Masters-level, PGCE courses or into employment.
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*International Students should call the International team at York College on 01904 770425.
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