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Inclusive Educational Leadership ProgrammeOnlineMaster of EducationValidated by Middlesex University

 

Graduation Day photo 2022Our Inclusive Educational Leadership Programme is designed for those looking to develop their leadership skills in inclusion. You’ll tailor your studies to fit with your previous experience, qualifications and future career aspirations.

Whether you’d like to gain a PGCert (60 credits), a PGDip (120 credits), or the full MEd in Inclusive Educational Leadership (180 credits), our flexible, practice-led programme offers high-quality content and academic support to help you achieve your goals. We also offer a SEND and Inclusion Programme for those looking to enhance their knowledge and understanding about a broad range of SEND topics.

This programme is developed, delivered and assessed by Real Training, awarded and quality assured by Middlesex University.

How will you benefit?

Add real value to your educational setting

  • Bring expertise in-house and save money.
  • Develop practical skills, tutored by experienced professionals.
  • Access a wealth of practical resources, academic research and interactive materials to support you.
  • Develop your confidence to support the most vulnerable and complex children in your school effectively.
  • Start implementing improvements to provision and practice from the start of the course by following our practice-led learning approach.

Develop real competence

  • Use efficient and effective online learning with embedded activities that relate to actual case studies.
  • Take part in self-paced study time of up to 25 hours based on HCPC proficiency standards.
  • Embrace a supportive online community with tutor-supported learning.

Enhance professional expertise

  • Demonstrate your competence with confidence.
  • Develop a good working knowledge of the law in this area.
  • Work effectively alongside families and professionals to support young people.
  • Make a firm contribution to developments and initiatives.
  • Build your own knowledge and skills, which you can then share with colleagues and implement across your setting.

Learn on the job

  • Harness your day-to-day professional experience and work with your tutor to develop your skills.
  • Theories, reflection, and activities will help you to explore aspects of your own and others’ practice.

Engage with flexible e-learning

  • Study online and integrate your learning into your working day.
  • Fit your studies around work and life commitments
  • Take part in engaging modules that draw on a broad range of learning tasks and practical experience.
  • Work closely with your peers and dedicated tutors online.
  • Experience mentoring and work placements that really complement your learning.
  • Access Campus Online, our sophisticated online learning platform which offers the latest technologies: video and multimedia content, case studies and problem-based scenarios, directed reading, structured learning logs, online discussion, online questionnaires, peer evaluation and student forum.
  • Attend optional webinars with subject matter experts. These are recorded and uploaded for you to access at a later date if you aren’t able to attend live.

Study modules in your own time and pace

  • Benefit from total flexibility for your studies. There aren’t any live sessions so you won’t need to interrupt your working schedule or arrange cover.
  • Access your course materials anytime, as long as you have a good internet connection.
  • There aren’t any internal assessment deadlines (just a final submission point), so you can organise your workload according to professional and personal commitments.
  • Choose to book for just one module initially, or map out your entire programme, it’s up to you.

Connect with your peers

  • Interact with your peers using our advanced learning platform and our unique student forum.
  • Share best practice and seek advice from your peers and tutors online.

We will ensure that you never feel lonely or unsupported in your studies.

Liaise with experienced tutors

  • Enjoy dedicated specialist support from a broad range of experienced tutors, many of whom are working in educational settings so are familiar with the challenges you face.
  • Work with a learning coach, professional tutor and received dedicated support from the tutor team — made up of experienced SENCOs, SEN consultants, school leaders and educational psychologists (EPs).

Choose a start date that suits you

Cohorts begin in January, May, or September.

The next cohort begins on 15 May 2024. Book and enrol before 15 May 2024 to join our next cohort.

Modules that make up the Inclusive Educational Leadership Programme

The Inclusive Educational Leadership programme comprises core and recommended modules which focus on inclusive leadership. There is flexibility in the programme for you to choose modules from another area of interest, in place of the recommended modules, if you wish. The combination of both these elements enables you to tailor your programme to the needs of your setting, your interests or the direction you would like your career to take.

Discover the essential curriculum

Choose from a broad range of essential subjects. Complete one of our core compulsory module options: 

For the PGDip and MEd routes, combine your chosen core module from the list above with a further 60 credits from a wide range of modules. Our recommended modules are:

For those wishing to complete the full MEd, you must complete the compulsory Enquiry-Based Practice module as your final module, with a project focused on an inclusive leadership topic.

Optional modules can be chosen instead of one or more recommended modules

Some of the modules listed above have specific eligibility criteria. Please see the individual module pages for more information.

What makes up a PGCert, PGDip, and the MEd Inclusive Educational Leadership?

Choose from our core, recommended and optional modules to achieve the required number of credits for your chosen qualification.

A PGCert requires 60 credits

A PGDip requires 120 credits

The full MEd in Inclusive Educational Leadership requires 180 credits.

If you’d like to achieve a PGDip or MEd, your programme must include one of our enhanced application and reflection modules which are; NASENCO, iSENCO, Leading Inclusive Practice, Auditing and Leading Improvement or Evidence and Pedagogy for Inclusion.

You must also complete Enquiry-Based Practice as the final part of your programme to be awarded a Master of Education in SEND and Inclusion.

How will you be assessed?

You will need to produce:

  • Pre- and post-course self-assessment of skills, knowledge, and confidence.
  • Continuous self-evaluation via questionnaires.
  • Written contributions to collaborative discussion.
  • Activities and submissions which will be evaluated by your tutor.
  • Written case studies, projects, reflections and critiques related to the topic of your chosen module. 

Where indicated by your tutor, you may submit multimedia resources that you have produced within your applied practice as part of your final portfolio of evidence.

How are modules delivered?

  • Our courses are delivered through Campus Online, our unique provision for online learning.
  • Campus Online allows you to study at your own pace, without the need to travel, or commit to particular dates or times. Log in to access your study materials, contact your personal tutor for support, connect and network with other delegates and make use of the extensive resource library.
  • You can easily track your progress throughout the course and submit your work and evidence of assignments for feedback.

Are you eligible?

You will need to hold an undergraduate degree.

You will need to be working in an educational setting for this programme. If you aren’t currently working in an educational setting you will need written permission from a senior member of staff to regularly access a setting. We can show you the best way to do this, enabling you to carry out our learning activities in your chosen setting. As part of this process, you will also need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Visit GOV.UK for more information.

Please note: Some of our modules have specific eligibility requirements. Please check the course pages for more information.

Are you based in an international setting?

This programme is available online and can therefore be completed anywhere in the world. The programme content is designed and written with both UK and international settings in mind.

Please click here for advice on payment options and other information relevant to those studying outside of the UK.

How much does it cost?

We offer a flexible range of fees to suit your finances. Please refer to the module pages to see the cost of each individual module.

The cost of a PGCert with Real Training (made up of 60 credits) varies, typically you could expect it to cost between £2,495 + VAT and £2,990 + VAT.

The cost of a PGDip with Real Training (made up of 120 credits) varies. Typically, two 30 credit modules and one 60 credit module will cost approximately £5,485 + VAT.

The cost of a Masters in Education in Inclusive Educational Leadership with Real Training (made up of 180 credits) varies. Typically, the cost of two 30-credit modules and two 60-credit modules will cost £7,980 + VAT.

To find out the exact cost, click on the red ‘Make a booking’ button, followed by the particular modules that you want to build into your MEd programme.

To find out the exact cost, visit the module pages linked above.

For further information please visit the payment FAQ page found here.

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When do the courses start?

Cohorts begin in January, May, or September.

The next cohort begins on 15 May 2024. Book and enrol before 15 May 2024 to join our next cohort.

Please note: as it takes time to process your application and payment, we strongly recommend that you register as soon as possible, so that you don’t miss the next intake.

Please note, this programme is currently subject to approval.

How long does it take to achieve the full MEd Inclusive Educational Leadership?

It depends. Most delegates tend to complete the programme within 3-5 years. It usually takes a year to complete a module, however some delegates will choose to study 2 modules at a time. It also depends if a delegate has existing credits that they can bring into the programme.

Delegates may be able to bring in credits they have achieved with another provider. If you think this could apply to you, find out more about Recognition of Prior Learning.

You are able to take breaks between the modules if need be, however as long as you return to complete the MEd within 5 years, your credits will remain valid.

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