The short course has been designed by lead educators, Paul Collard and Di-Fisher-Naylor and developed in consultation with the University of Nottingham’s School of Education. It is underpinned by the extensive programme of international research into creative learning undertaken by CCE over the years.
This online course is for teachers, educators and anyone working in a creative arts setting who wishes to undertake professional development at a Masters level. It is a structured and supervised course which aims to challenge you to work independently, reflect on your practice and apply your new learning into classroom settings.
You will have access to a formal online learning environment to support you wherever you are in the world and you can also connect informally with peers and the course tutor to share ideas, experience and advice.
The course is currently only available in English but can be translated on commission for your territory.
This is a challenging, ambitious postgraduate level course which requires a commitment of 300 hours to receive our certificate of completion. It is a flexible course and you can study in a place and at a pace that suits your existing work and life commitments.
It can act as a 30-credit ‘stepping stone’ to a full Masters level degree and recognition of prior learning is a possibility with these five courses by negotiation:
The course consists of seven parts including: Creativity and Creative Learning, Collaborating with other Staff Members, Collaborating with your Learners, Collaborating with External Practitioners, and Collaborating with Parents, Carers and the Community.
During your studies you will be asked to complete a variety of tasks and assignments, including developing a portfolio, peer observations and a review of your personal development.
The Partnership in Creative Learning course is delivered online to fit around your work commitments and the tuition fee is £750.
If you would be interested in taking part in the course, hear more about the individual modules or if you would like to discuss how these could be adapted to your needs or to offer the units or full course to your employees/trainees/teachers, please contact us at email@example.com.