Manchester Metropolitan University
Specific Learning Difficulties (Schools)
Applicants will normally need to have a UK Honours degree or international equivalent have a minimum of two year's teaching experience; be able to satisfy on application that they are able to undertake all the programme related tasks; must have qualified at level 6; a foundation degree does not meet our entry requirements. Up to 60 credits can be claimed by teachers who have already undertaken a post graduate award in Specific Learning Difficulties that is BDA accredited at Approved Teacher Status (ATS) or Approved Practitioner (APS) level. We will also consider applications from professionals in related fields, such as speech therapists, educational psychologists and occupational therapists. Applicants should clearly state whether they have QTS on their application form as the award given by the BDA at the end of year 1 will be Approved Practitioner Status (APS) not Approved Teacher Status (ATS) for those practitioners.
Written assignments and supervised teaching practice.
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