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Post-compulsory Education and Training route
 

These modules are designed to help you to reflect on and develop your practice in the post-compulsory sector.

The modules in the PCET route

Learning, teaching and assessment PCET
Issues in the PCET context
Innovation in PCET
Mentoring in the PCET sector
Learning and teaching in HE
Extending the professional role in HE
Professional development in HE
Reflecting on professional learning (PCET)
Professional learning in the workplace (PCET)
The enquiring practitioner (PCET)

The awards you can gain in the PCET route

Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
Postgraduate Certificate in Post-compulsory Education and Training
Postgraduate Diploma in Post-compulsory Education and Training
MA in Post-compulsory Education and Training
Postgraduate Certificate in 14-19 Development and Practice

The typical study pathways

There are typical study pathways to gaining an award in inclusion. There are also some opportunities to include modules from other routes in your study programme. Alternatively organisations may select one of more modules to meet development needs and priorities. We also offer and extensive range of consultancy and short courses.

Find out more

Contact the Post Compulsory Education and Training Route Leader: Mark Pettigrew, m.w.pettigrew@shu.ac.uk, 0114 225 6107