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PG Certificate in Facilitating WBL

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1 year part-time
Course leader
Elda Nikolou-Walker

Why study PG Certificate in Facilitating WBL at Middlesex University?

This course is designed to help you become an effective facilitator of university-level work-based learners.

Opportunities for progression include pursuing the honours degree, postgraduate diploma and master's Professional Practice programmes.

Course highlights

  • It is flexible (taught online with the support of an experienced tutor)
  • It uses the workplace as a learning environment

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How is the PG Certificate in Facilitating WBL taught?

This part-time programme is primarily delivered online with supporting learning materials over a period of approximately eight months. You will need to be an autonomous self-directed learner, but the programme will also be supported by an experienced work-based learning tutor. Directed reading and study activities will be supplemented by online tasks and applied assessments.


Assessment is by portfolio of evidence with assessed activities at intervals during the course, each designed to embed new learning into your developing and/or existing professional practice.

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  2. How to apply
  1. UK & EU
  2. International
  3. Additional costs

This programme is designed for those who already are, or aspire to become, involved with teaching, consulting and/or mentorship of work-based learners in colleges and/or in the workplace.

Other courses

Start: February 2017

Duration: 2 years

Code: 017N101

Start: February 2017, October 2017

Duration: Flexible

Code: MA Professional Practice - 005B99X, MSc Professional Practice - 011B99X, MA Work Based Learning Studies- 005X904, MSc Work Based Learning Studies - 011X902

Masters/Doctor of Professional Studies MProf/DProf (Health and Education / Science and Technology)

Start: September 2020, January 2020

Duration: 3-7 years part-time

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