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Special Educational Needs & Inclusive Practice Foundation Degree FdA

Where taught Attendance UCAS code Campus code Year of entry
Brooklands College – Weybridge campus 2 years full time (employment based) X360 L 2016 and 2017
Kingston College 2 years full time (employment based) X360 K 2016 and 2017
Whitefield Schools and Centre 2 years full time (employment based) X360 X 2016 and 2017

Please apply for this course via the UCAS website using the relevant code. You must also contact your chosen college directly.

Why choose this course?

The sector-endorsed FdA is a two-year higher education degree course, enabling you to combine academic study with work-based learning. Suitable for those working with children with additional learning needs, in early years, primary or secondary, this course is delivered at three partner colleges so you can study close to your work place and/or home.

What you will study

The course covers theories of child development, current legislative frameworks governing practice, multiprofessional perspectives, and working with families and carers.

Module listing

Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules.

Year 1

  • Personal and Professional Development Through Reflective Practice
  • Learning, Teaching and Development in the Field of Special and Inclusive Education
  • Inclusive Practice
  • Child Protection and Ethical Practices of Working With Children

Year 2

  • Effective Communication Skills
  • International Systems to Support Learning
  • Leadership in the Field of Special and Inclusive Education
  • Special Project

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Location

This course is taught at Brooklands College (Weybridge campus); Kingston College; Whitefield Schools and Centre

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School of Education
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This course is taught at Brooklands College (Weybridge campus); Kingston College; Whitefield Schools and Centre

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