This structured yet flexible programme is designed to meet the needs of education and training professionals whilst acknowledging the skills and experience of the participants.
It is also appropriate for other spheres of employment and will provide a strong foundation from which to develop your career.
This course is appropriate for those involved in related areas of employment and will be a valuable qualification for those wishing to work or hoping to move forward in their career in training, education, information and communications technology or multimedia.
Structure and Assessment:
A practical hands-on approach to learning is adopted giving you the chance to engage fully with the digital learning environments available.
Each unit is assessed by the completion of a piece of work equivalent to 4000 words. The content of the work will normally be negotiated with your Unit Tutor, drawing on the content and themes of the unit, but is often related to a practical outcome in the workplace.
• Foundations of Information Technology
• Principles of Computer Learning
• Courseware and Software Design and Evaluation
• Multimedia Technologies for Learning
• Authoring and Learning Training Process
• Educational Research Methods
Full-Time students also have options in special educational needs and language teaching.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
International Student Requirements:
If English is not your first language, the University of Southampton English Language requirements for study apply i.e.TOEFL 600 / computer based 250 or better for IELTS 6.5 or better