This programme is designed to support the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) needs of adult guidance professionals. The course is modular in format, giving each student maximum flexibility in planning an individual programme. Study guides help to minimise attendance but tutorial support is available through face-to-face workshops and a range of technologies. The part-time programme is aimed at practitioners offering guidance to adults making choices about education, training, employment and personal development. The Diploma involves completion of the Certificate programme and is made up of one core module and one option module (120 SM credits).
The certificate is made up of three core modules, plus an elective module (60 Scottish master�s credits); the diploma involves completion of the certificate programme, plus one core module, one elective module and one option module (120 Scottish master's credits); the MSc involves, in addition, the preparation of a 15,000-word thesis on an adult guidance topic (180 Scottish master's credits); core modules: organisation and practice of adult guidance; using information resources in adult guidance; counselling skills in adult guidance; work-based learning agreement (PgDip); optional modules (PgDip only); professional and ethical issues in guidance; additional support needs and adult guidance..
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*More info: £1700 per year
1st degree or relevant professional qualification, or a combination of qualifications & experience demonstrating capacity for postgraduate study; applicants should be employed in a professional post allowing study of the practice of adult guidance or have access to comparable opportunities; all applicants have the opportunity of a pre-entry interview.
Postgraduate Qualification (PgDip)
University of Strathclyde
Careers Advice Work, Counselling Skills (Specialist)
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Strathclyde provided me with a flexible and progressive education, that meant I was ready to enter the work place on graduation! Really would recommend this business school...more2 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
I had a great list of subjects to choose from and also to study part time or full time. I chose languages and psychology and found the tutors to be very friendly and approachable and extremely helpful. I can't fault them on anything and can...more
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The course is extremely relevant, but at quite a slow pace, and I have found it quite easy but this may be because I have an interest in autism. They stick rigidly to the curriculum but some of the discussion groups are interesting and a g...more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
Every lecturer teaches with determination for their pupils to learn. Very considering and caring tutors who will look out for you. Great teaching methods and atmosphere in all areas. Overall a pleasant university to attend and learning is f...more3 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
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