Available through online distance learning or at our state-of-the-art London campus, this course will equip you with the skills and support to develop effective leadership and management approaches to your practice. Guided by experienced practitioners, you will begin by exploring a series of tools for practical leadership before developing a leadership and change project to improve education within the context of your practice.
Through a series of workshops and practice-based activities you will then collect data and analyse the tools you used to carry out the project, evaluating the effectiveness of your approaches and reflecting on your abilities as a manager or leader. As part of this learning process you will explore a wide range of key topics that will enhance your knowledge, skills and project effectiveness, including leadership styles, organisational cultures, staff development, teamwork, and management research.
Armed with these advanced skills and practical insights you will not only enhance your practice and career prospects for the future but obtain valuable research that will be of benefit to your organisation.
This short course is structured to enable you to maintain your professional employment while advancing your learning through part-time study sessions at our London campus or online distance learning resources and tools.
This is a practice-based programme comprising of three components:
As part of this learning process, you will explore a range of topics to enhance your project and skills as a leader, including:
You will be assessed through a portfolio of assignments constructed throughout the year under the module leader's supervision. The portfolio may contain:
This module is suitable for teachers and those working in educational organisations that have a formal or informal leadership role. You may be team leaders, project leaders, ASTs, middle managers or other leaders of adults.
Applications for this module must be made directly to the university. Please download and complete this application form.