Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-Time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Full Time
English class

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for Foundation Year 0:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*

Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year*. Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details. *

Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrollment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

 

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-Time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • M100 Course Code
  • Full Time
Student at computer

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *
* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

Students may be required to purchase one or more core text books to supplement the resources provided by the university, (normally no more than £50 in each academic year of study).

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-Time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Full Time
Newman Students

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year 2019/20 for Foundation Year 0:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*

Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year*. Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

*The University will annually review tuition fees for continuing students and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrollment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-Time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • XX14 Course Code
  • Full Time
sport in gambia

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

The programme team advises students to purchase a Newman sports polo shirt.  This is so students can wear the shirt when representing the university externally (e.g., on placements).  The cost is £16.99 (based on 2017/18) and payment of this optional item is due in the first year of study or second year of study (placement).

Opportunities for field trip both local and international will be made available to students which would incur additional costs. Examples of recent field trips include:

The Gambian Field Experience – £800

FC Barcelona Field Experience – £400

Walsall Football Club Field Trip – public transport or private (own car) travel costs.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-Time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C604 Course Code
  • Full Time
sport teacher

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *
* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional costs

The programme team advises students to purchase a Newman sports polo shirt.  This is so students can wear the shirt when representing the university externally (e.g., on placements).  The cost is £16.99 (based on 2017/18) and payment of this optional item is due in the first year of study or second year of study (placement).

Opportunities for field trip both local and international will be made available to students which would incur additional costs. Examples of recent field trips include:

The Gambian Field Experience – £800

FC Barcelona Field Experience – £400

Walsall Football Club Field Trip – public transport or private (own car) travel costs.

 

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L545 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • 9X75 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • X333 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year.**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-Time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Y100 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £9.250*
* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48-80 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • V1V6 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • V110 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their level 5 work placement (normally in year 3 of a four year course).  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Q3W8 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their level 5 work placement (normally in year 3 of a four year course).  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Q310 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their level 5 work placement (normally in year 3 of a four year course).  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • W410 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their level 5 work placement (normally in year 3 of a four year course).  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 48-80 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 48 - 80 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L110 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • N1N2 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year 2019/20 Foundation Year 0 : fees will be published as soon as possible.

Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year. Please go to the standard 3 year degree page for details.

The University will annually review tuition fees for continuing students and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

 

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • N510 Course Code
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Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year 2019/20 Foundation Year 0 : fees will be published as soon as possible.

Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year. Please go to the standard 3 year degree page for details.

The University will annually review tuition fees for continuing students and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • V6V5 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their level 5 work placement (normally in year 3 of a four year course).  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 48 - 80 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • V110 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Q310 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • W410 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

 Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • W4Q3 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • CX84 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C817 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19* Fees are currently £4,560 for the Foundation Year 0 and are funded through the government loan scheme (effectively meaning people undertake a four year degree).

Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year.

Please go to the standard 3 year degree page for details.

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year.  The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course.  It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2018/19: UK/EU Students - £4,950 *

The above fees are the total for the course, with the fees being divided into instalments over the first 2 years of study.

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

See also: information regarding a Postgraduate Loan (PGL) for Master’s study

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • N401 Course Code
  • Full Time
students in a lecture looking at iPad

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • X121 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L54F Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 2QGQ Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2018/19: £9,250*

* Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 2QGP Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 2QGR Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • G100 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2019/20

Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement or any school placements for the QTS opt-in route.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme for school placement for the QTS opt-in route.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

The course has been designed to enable you to study for a semester or second year at Newman University in Wichita, USA. If you choose the option to travel to Wichita to study you will need to pay for your flights and accommodation and living expenses whilst there.

Cost: return flight from Birmingham International Airport – £750, accommodation costs – £1,500, living costs – £1,200  (based on 2017/18)

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C603 Course Code
  • Full Time
sport students

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees for the first year of the course:
Full time Home/ EU Students: £7,500*
Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year.**

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, on enrolment and in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).
** Please go to the corresponding 3 year undergraduate degree page for details.

Additional costs
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 3501 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19* Full-time: £9,250

* Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104/112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C600 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

The programme team advises students to purchase a Newman sports polo shirt.  This is so students can wear the shirt when representing the university externally (e.g., on placements).  The cost is £16.99 (based on 2017/18) and payment of this optional item is due in the first year of study or second year of study (placement).

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Top-up Award , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • L790 Course Code
  • Full Time
students in a lecture

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • L591 Course Code
  • Full Time
girl working on laptop

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Course fees 2018/19*
Full-time Home/EU students £9,250* (total course fee)

* Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 88/96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • V101 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19

Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

Please note for 2019/20 the University reserves the right to increase fees broadly in line with increases in inflation, or to reflect changes in government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament.

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

ENU505 and ENU615 are both optional modules and if you choose to study either one of these modules you will be expected to attend events run as part of Birmingham Literature Festival (as well as other festivals and events). Students will incur costs such as travel and possibly an entrance fee. The programme will reimburse students up to a set amouth. Based on the previous year the module ran, students were reimbursed up to £10. Please note that not all optional modules run every year.

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • N120 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • XV35 Course Code
students writing in notebook

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2019/20
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Taught Higher Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full Time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C816 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

As part of the core dissertation module students are required to produce an A0 poster. The cost of printing AO posters in the academic year 2017-18 is £8. There may also be additional costs associated with data collection depending on the research undertaken for example printing of questionnaires.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1.5 Year

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Top-up Award , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • L531 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2018/19*: £9,250 (total course fee part-time and full-time)

**Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L53F Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their level 5 work placement (normally in year 3 of a four year course).  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L530 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance is required for entry into this programme.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 2 Years
  • 64 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L789 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

* Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L590 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3.5 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L540 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

The fees stated are tuition fees only and do not include: travel to and from and accommodation whilst at, the University of Applied Social Science, Ludwigsberg. Estimated costs (2017/18) are outlined below:

Estimated return flight from Birmingham International Airport – £230

Estimated accommodation – £1,200

Estimated living costs – £1,300

 

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General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L31F Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Taught Higher Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

UK/EU Total Course Fees as of 2018/19:

MA - £4,950
PGDip - £3,300
PG Cert - £1,650

Please note for 2019/20 the University reserves the right to increase fees broadly in line with increases in inflation, or to reflect changes in government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament.
For information regarding a Postgraduate Loan (PGL) for Master's study click here.

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General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • VV56 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

There are no anticipated additional costs associated with studying Theology or Philosophy. Some modules include field trips to local places of worship, art galleries or education centres. Students are not required to pay for these study visits, which are covered by the fees, but will have to meet the costs of their own travel to these sites via local public transport. (A National Express bus Daysaver is currently £4.60 for the day).

Optional activities such as studying abroad do, however, incur additional costs.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their compulsory Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

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Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 2QGP Biology 2QGQ Chemistry 2QGR Physics Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • V6X1 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • X9C6 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, for subsequent years. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • G1X1 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 3D3B Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, for subsequent years of intakes to your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • IX99 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, for subsequent years of intakes to your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , BA (Hons) 3 Year Route

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • X321 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year *
2019/20: Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • 1X20 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
£9,250* UK/EU students

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

You may be entitled to a student loan to cover the cost of tuition fees per annum.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • X322 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Course fees per annum (2019/20):
£9,250* UK/EU students

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

You may be entitled to a student loan to cover the cost of tuition fees per annum. Please see Additional information below for a link to further details on the Department for Education - Get Into Teaching website.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

You may be entitled to a student loan to cover the cost of tuition fees per annum. Please click here for further details.

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • C61T Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C617 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs:

An additional annual fee of £2000 (paid yearly in two instalments) is required to cover additional golf programme memberships, uniform, course vists, guest speakers, and a residential.

Opportunities for field trip both local and international will be made available to students which would incur additional costs. Examples of recent field trips include:

The Gambian Field Experience – £800

FC Barcelona Field Experience – £400

Walsall Football Club Field Trip – public transport or private (own car) travel costs.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Additional Information

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104/112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C690 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • C6TU Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C601 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

The programme team advises students to purchase a Newman sports polo shirt.  This is so students can wear the shirt when representing the university externally (e.g., on placements).  The cost is £16.99 (based on 2017/18) and payment of this optional item is due in the first year of study or second year of study (placement).

 

Opportunities for field trip both local and international will be made available to students which would incur additional costs. Examples of recent field trips include:

The Gambian Field Experience – £800

FC Barcelona Field Experience – £400

Walsall Football Club Field Trip – public transport or private (own car) travel costs.

 

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • CX83 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

The programme team advises students to purchase a Newman sports polo shirt.  This is so students can wear the shirt when representing the university externally (e.g., on placements).  The cost is £16.99 (based on 2017/18) and payment of this optional item is due in the first year of study or second year of study (placement).

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104/112 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • XX13 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

The programme team advises students to purchase a Newman sports polo shirt.  This is so students can wear the shirt when representing the university externally (e.g., on placements).  The cost is £16.99 (based on 2017/18) and payment of this optional item is due in the first year of study or second year of study (placement).

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C80F Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C802 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C801 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

As part of the core dissertation module students are required to produce an A0 poster. The cost of printing AO posters in the academic year 2017-18 is £8. There may also be additional costs associated with data collection depending on the research undertaken for example printing of questionnaires.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

Switch Study Mode

Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C800 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

As part of the core dissertation module students are required to produce an A0 poster. The cost of printing AO posters in the academic year 2017-18 is £8. There may also be additional costs associated with data collection depending on the research undertaken for example printing of questionnaires.

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • G100 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

The course has been designed to enable you to study for a semester or second year at Newman University in Wichita, USA. If you choose the option to travel to Wichita to study you will need to pay for your flights and accommodation and living expenses whilst there.

Cost: return flight from Birmingham International Airport – £750;

Accommodation costs: £1,500;

A year-long visa – (currently £150)

Living costs – £1,200  (based on 2017/18)

 

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 88/96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • VV16 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional fees:
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement. The cost of the DBS is currently £55 (including processing fee) with the option of subscribing to the update service which is currently £13 per year.

Additional costs:
Last year our History students had the opportunity to travel to Rome on a four day trip. The total cost for both travel and accommodation with breakfast was £472.40 per person for the entire stay with a visit to Pompeii included in the price. Money for food, beverages, local transport and entry into other historical sites was then an additional cost.

Additional Information

 

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • V100 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in some cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Domestic field trips are free of charge to our students. We occasionally run an optional overseas field trip that, while subsidised, does require some financial input from students. For our most recent overseas field trip students were asked to pay £420, and were also expected to cover expenses during their visit (food, drink and tickets for entry to sites).

Students are not expected to purchase any books for this course. All essential reading is available to students digitally through our Moodle portal (either in scanned format, as a link to an article or as an ebook). Other reading for the course is available through the University Library.

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Taught Higher Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2018/19: Full-time UK/EU Students - £4,100

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

View information regarding a Postgraduate Loan (PGL) for Masters

 

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 2 Years
  • L510 Course Code
  • Full Time
health care worker

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L511 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

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General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 104 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L648 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • L501/L500 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:

Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

PGCE , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Q3X1 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019/20: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, for subsequent years of intakes to your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for entry into this programme. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs that you will incur.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Taught Higher Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2018/19: Full-time UK/EU Students - £4,100 *

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional costs will be primarily for primary and secondary resources (e.g. books) including interlibrary loans.

View information regarding a Postgraduate Loan (PGL) for Masters

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 88/96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • 5Q22 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

ENU505 (The Literary Scene) and ENU615 (The Literary Scene).  If you choose to study either one of these modules you will be expected to attend events run as part of the Birmingham Literature Festival (as well as other festivals and events).  Students will incur costs such as travel and possibly an entrance fee.  Please note the modules are optional modules and may not run every year.

Cost: depends on the event you attend. Students had previously been reimbursed £10 (based on 2017/18)

Payment due: when attending an event

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • VQ63 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

ENU505 (The Literary Scene) and ENU615 (The Literary Scene).  If you choose to study either one of these modules you will be expected to attend events run as part of the Birmingham Literature Festival (as well as other festivals and events).  Students will incur costs such as travel and possibly an entrance fee.  Please note the modules are optional modules and may not run every year.

Cost: depends on the event you attend. Students had previously been reimbursed £10 (based on 2017/18)

Payment due: when attending an event

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • 1Q29 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

ENU505 (The Literary Scene) and ENU615 (The Literary Scene).  If you choose to study either one of these modules you will be expected to attend events run as part of the Birmingham Literature Festival (as well as other festivals and events).  Students will incur costs such as travel and possibly an entrance fee.  Please note the modules are optional modules and may not run every year.

Cost: depends on the event you attend. Students had previously been reimbursed £10 (based on 2017/18)

 

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • Q300 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

ENU505 (The Literary Scene) and ENU615 (The Literary Scene).  If you choose to study either one of these modules you will be expected to attend events run as part of the Birmingham Literature Festival (as well as other festivals and events).  Students will incur costs such as travel and possibly an entrance fee.  Please note the modules are optional modules and may not run every year.

Cost: depends on the event you attend. Students had previously been reimbursed £10 (based on 2017/18)

 

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 88/96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • W800 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2018/19
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional costs:
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement. Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related costs involved.

ENU507 (Writing and Location). As part of your course you will undertake a series of day field trips.

Cost: £100 (based on 2017/18.

Payment is due in your second year of study

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees (2019/20)

A minimum of 180 credits are required to complete a full MA/MSc degree. This means that for 2019/20, for a student completing modules worth a total of 180 credits, the full course cost would be £5,100.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) fees

RPL Fees (2019/2020)
Home/EU students:
Free (for credits awarded by Newman University)
£50 (for credits awarded by other HEIs).

Students with previous level 7 Masters credits already attained, at Newman University, within the last five years, may be transferred free-of-charge through the process of the recognition of prior certificated / accredited learning (RPL).

Students with previous level 7 Masters credits already attained, at other Higher Education Institutions, within the last five years, may be transferred at a cost of £50, through the process of the recognition of prior certificated / accredited learning (RPL).

To claim RPL, students need to complete and submit a RPL application form

Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) fees
RPEL Fees per 30 credit module (2019/20)

Home/EU students:
Due to the amount of work involved in considering Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning, a charge may be made. The charge will depend on the amount of work involved and currently ranges from £250 to a maximum of £750. Advice on the fee level will be provided prior to the work being undertaken.

There is no fee for Recognition of Prior Certified Learning (awards or credits from another recognised HEI).

Students can gain credits towards their WBL postgraduate qualification (PG Cert, PG Dip, MA, MSc) for relevant work already completed in the workplace, such as CPD programmes at the appropriate level.

Through the principles of the recognition of prior experiential learning (RPEL), students would be required to write up their reflections against the assessment criteria for a comparable module using the relevant RPEL application form.

Course fee discount

Newman alumni are eligible for a 10% discount when enrolling onto a full Master’s degree programme.

Postgraduate Loans

Loans of up to £10,000 for tuition fees and living costs are available for postgraduate study through the Student Loans Company for full taught or research Master’s degrees. Please note that if you claim for RPL or RPEL you will not be able to get as student loan for any fees as you must be studying for a full masters to obtain the loan.

The loan is not means tested therefore your household income will not be taken into account when applying for a loan.

In order to be eligible for a Postgraduate loan, you must meet the following criteria:

Studying a taught or research Master’s course, full-time, part-time or by distance learning.
Your course can be one or two years long.
You have to be under the age 60 years at the start of the first academic year of your course.
You must normally be resident in England.
If you’re an EU national, but don’t normally live in England you may be able to get a Postgraduate Loan for a Master’s course at a university or college in England.
You must not already have a Master's level (or higher) qualification.
Postgraduate loans are not available for PG cert or PG Dip qualifications.

See also: postgraduate loans website

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Taught Higher Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2018-19 Home/EU Students: £1,600*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the postgraduate certificate. Fees per 30 credit module 2018/19* Home/EU students: £825

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members are currently eligible for a 10% discount. Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Taught Higher Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1.5 Year
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Timetables: find out when information is available to students

 

Course Modules

Optional Modules: find out how the University deals with changes that may occur in some eventualities

Module Titles and Named Required Modules to Obtain Named Routes

Many modules will continue to be rooted in enhancing professional practice within work-based learning. All assessment will be carried out through the medium of English and there will be no exceptions. However, students will also be able to undertake non-empirical research – see * in the PDF table above for modules which will facilitate non-empirical research.

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 2 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • X390 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2019/20
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • L542 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year 2019/20 Foundation Year 0 : fees will be published as soon as possible.

Fees for the following three years are currently £9,250 per year. Please go to the standard 3 year degree page for details.

The University will annually review tuition fees for continuing students and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • LX53 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year:
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 *

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • VXP3 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2019/20

Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • 9X73 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year 2019/20*
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

 

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

 

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree with Foundation Year , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 4 Years
  • 48 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • C602 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

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Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • N400 Course Code
  • Full Time
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Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

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Course Fees

2019-20
Home/EU Students: £1,700*

N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate..
Fees per 30 credit module 2019/20* Home/EU students: £850

Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members, National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) members are currently eligible for a 10% discount.
Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

 

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

Honours Degree , Full-time

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Key Details

  • 1 Year
  • X300 Course Code
  • Full Time

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Course fees 2019/20*
Full-time Home/EU students: £9,250 (total course fee)*

* Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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Key Details

  • 3 Years
  • 96 Typical UCAS Tariff
  • VX13 Course Code

Overview

Course content

Designed for teachers and school-based professionals, the Postgraduate Certificate in Pastoral Welfare and Care is an accredited programme endorsed by the National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE). The award comprises two 30 credit modules which examine contemporary issues in pastoral welfare and care and the leadership of pastoral care in educational settings. Each module involves an introductory study day with follow-up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module being hosted at the University and the second at one of NAPCE’s partner schools. Each module can also be studied as freestanding 30 credits.

Attendance

Each module involves an introductory study day with follow up on-line activities. The study day will normally take place on a Saturday with the first module hosted by Newman University and the second one at one of NAPCE’s partner schools.

Part-time students have a maximum period of study of 5 years to complete an MA. However, an MA is typically completed over 2-3 years and we recommend that part-time students take 60 credits per year (i.e. 2×30 credit modules across the year). Full-time students have a maximum period of study of 3 years to complete an MA, but typically complete an MA in 18 months.

Assessment

You will experience a range of work-based assessment formats as indicated below. The course will recognise your needs as a learner and develop independent study skills that are transferable to a range of learning situations and assessment tasks.

EDM742

Submission of a 4,000 word essay regarding an aspect of Catholic school leadership, to be negotiated with the module tutor according to student developmental needs.

EDM743

Special features

Continuation of your professional development related to pastoral welfare and acre. You can gain a NAPCE endorsed qualification in pastoral welfare and care. You will have an opportunity to meet others interested in pastoral welfare and care from a range of educational settings. You will have access to the latest research and scholarship in the field of pastoral welfare and care and use of the university facilitates and other sites of best practice through organised study days. You will have a progression route to a named MA in Pastoral Welfare and Care.

Credit rating: 60 credits at masters’ level

Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements. Consideration will be given to students with lower level qualifications who have a relevant range of professional experience. Professional experience that equates to degree level will be considered by the Course Co-ordinator. If some non-graduates are to be considered pre entry tasks will be considered and used at the co-ordinator’s discretion.

Contact details

Contact: for admissions enquiries
Admissions
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2386)
Email: admissions@newman.ac.uk

 

Contact: for course enquiries
Dawn Picken (Faculty of Education Administrator)
Tel: 0121 476 1181 (Ext. 2650)
Email: fed@newman.ac.uk

Directions

Course Fees

Fees per academic year: 2019/20
Full-time UK/EU Students: £9,250*

*Fees shown are for 2019/20 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).

Additional Costs

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement.  Find out more about completing the DBS application form and the related additional costs.

The History team organise an annual trip abroad.  The trip is optional and the team have previously visited Rome, Paris and Athens.  The cost of the trip includes accommodation, travel and breakfast, but does not include food, beverages, local transport and entry to any historical sites.

Cost: £379 (based on 2017/18)

Payment due: a non-refundable deposit will be required and further payments made in instalments (semester 2)

 

Additional Information

General Academic Regulations: Terms and Conditions for students attending our courses

Pastoral Welfare and Care - PG Cert

, Full-time

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