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BA and MA in Lifelong Learning and Professional Development courses

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IAG event at Newcastle Teaching Development Centre on Wednesday 16th June

If you are keen to follow either a BA or MA programme in Lifelong Learning and Professional Development through a blended programme running in the Teaching Development Centre from October 2010, then contact Lianne Abraham. The programmes are designed to allow you to research your own professional practice and environment as well as wider policy areas, and optional modules include:

  • Leadership & Management in the Lifelong Learning Sector
  • Addressing Diversity the Lifelong Learning Sector
  • Becoming a Teacher Educator
  • The ELT Professional
  • International Perspectives on Language, Literacy and Numeracy

Alternatively come along to our next Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) event at the Teaching Development Centre on Wednesday 16th June (5.30 – 7.30pm), where you will have the opportunity to talk to the BA/ MA course leader. To book a place please contact Lianne Abraham or Stefanie Pendleton .

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