Why choose this course?
• Enhance your career prospects
• Become a more effective supporter of learning and share good practices in work-based learning
• Pursue a direct route to Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy if you are either employed by Rose Bruford College, The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts or a staff member at an HEA affiliated institution.*
• Enhance your work through critical reflection and participation in learning communities
1 year (part-time) - 6 online study days
Term Start - October
This part time postgraduate programme is designed for full and part-time teachers and those who support learning in Higher Education in the performing arts disciplines of theatre, drama, dance, music, lighting, scenography and the digital arts. The programme is work based. Students utilise their own specific teaching practice to reflect upon learning and teaching issues in Higher Education so it is essential in order to undertake the course that you are actually teaching or supporting students at this level.
Six online study days are scheduled throughout the year commencing with induction in October. The study days will be augmented by regular online interaction and self-directed study within your own work situations. Work- based teaching and research opportunities may be used as evidence for demonstrating the fulfilment of the programme learning outcomes.
To view some of the online resources used within this programme please refer to our Reflecting on Learning and Teaching in the Performing Arts website: http://rltperformingarts.org/
*Pursue a direct route to Fellowship of the HEA. If you are employed by Rose Bruford College, The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts or a staff member at an HEA affiliated institution there will be no joining fee. If you are employed by a non-affiliated institution you are still eligible to become a Fellow, however you will be required to pay a joining fee.