The entry requirements listed here are our typical offer for this course if you wish to begin studying with us in 2020. They should be used as a general guide.
To be considered for a place you should normally:
- have one year’s experience working in relevant employment context
- be currently working in a relevant setting with at least 6 hours per week of activity-focused time with groups of children and/or young people
- have agreement of your employer to support mentoring, assessment and workplace course activities
- hold an appropriate A-level OR a relevant NVQ/SVQ level 2 or other vocationally related NQF level 3 qualification OR an advanced modern apprenticeship in an appropriate subject
- have appropriate access to a computer and internet
- provide evidence of a valid DBS clearance at time of entry onto the programme (your DBS number will be recorded and held on your student file)
Applicants with a language other than English as their first language must have proven competence in written and spoken English and will be required to have an IELTS average score of at least 6 or equivalent.
Claims for Recognition of Prior Learning will be considered in accordance with University guidance.