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Education Open Event Thursday 13th March, 2014 6pm - 8pm

education open evening thursday 3rd May 2012


Welcome Welcome to the Faculty of Education Open Evening.

I am very pleased that you have taken the time to come along and see what we have to offer.

The Faculty of Education at Edge Hill is the UK's largest provider of education and training for the whole school workforce and we continually strive to offer an outstanding experience for all of our students as they learn and prepare for their chosen career working as part of the country’s children’s workforce.

Robert Smedley, The University has recently achieved Grade 1 Dean of the ‘outstanding' results across all 33 possible Faculty of Education graded areas covering every phase of initial teacher training - Primary & Early Years, Secondary and Post-Compulsory Education and Training. This recognition from Ofsted reflects the quality of the training experience at Edge Hill University and its partner schools and colleges, and the stunning outcomes that our trainees achieve.

We are keen to help and support you in making the correct choice of programme that will meet your needs and offer that really outstanding experience that I know you are looking for.

I hope you enjoy your time with us and that we can help you make the right choice With very best wishes,

Robert Smedley, Dean of the Faculty of Education


Topic

What

When

Where

One to one information (Equivalency Programmes and advice

6pm – 8pm

E20

6pm – 8pm

E20

Scholarships Advice

6pm – 8pm

Foyer

Student Fees and Presentation followed by Q&A Finance

5:30pm

E1

6pm – 8pm

E20

Postgraduate Admissions Advice

One to one information and advice

6pm – 8pm

E8

Online Literacy and Numeracy Mock Tests and support

6pm – 8pm

E9 E10

APPLYING TO EDGE HILL ADVICE

Access Programmes and Fastrack)

Admissions Advice

Professional Skills Tests

One to one information and advice

One to one information and advice

One to one information and advice


Course

What

When

Where

Presentation followed by Q&A

6:15pm & 7:15pm

E1

Early Years PGCE Presentation (Postgraduate) followed by Q&A

6:15pm & 7:15pm

E23

Post-Compulsory Presentation Education and Training (DTLLS)

6:15pm & 7:15pm

E19 E1

TEACHER TRAINING COURSES Early Years Education with QTS (Undergraduate)

Introduction to Academic Writing in HE workshop

E21

Primary Education with QTS (Undergraduate)

Presentation followed by Q&A

6:15pm & 7:15pm

Primary PGCE (Postgraduate)

Presentation followed by Q&A

6:15pm & 7:15pm

School Direct Primary

One to one drop in

E22

One to one drop in

E5

School Centred Initial Teacher Training

One to one drop in

E4

Specialisms in: - English - Mathematics - Modern Languages - Science - Mathematics Specialist

School Direct Secondary

Introduction to Academic Writing in HE workshop

E21 E25


Course

Secondary Education with QTS (Undergraduate) - Overview

- Biology - Chemistry - Design & Technology - English - Mathematics - Modern Foreign Languages - Physics - Religious Education

What

When

Where

Presentation

6:15pm & 7:15pm

E24

One to one drop in One to one drop in One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

E5 E5 E7

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

E5 E6

One to one drop in One to one drop in One to one drop in

One to one drop in One to one drop in

Secondary PGCE (Postgraduate) Presentation - Overview - Applied Art & Design - Biology - Business Education - Chemistry - Computer Science and Information Technology - Design & Technology - English - Geography - History - Mathematics - Modern Foreign Languages - Music - Physical Education - Physics - Physics with Maths - Religious Education

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

E6 E5 E6

6:15pm & 7:15pm

E2

6pm – 8pm

E7

One to one drop in One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

E5 E7

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E7

One to one drop in One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

E6 E5

One to one drop in

One to one drop in One to one drop in

One to one drop in One to one drop in One to one drop in One to one drop in One to one drop in

One to one drop in One to one drop in

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

6pm – 8pm 6pm – 8pm

6pm – 8pm

E5 E7

E6 E6 E6 E5 E6

E5 E5 E6


Course

What

When

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES Children Development and Children’s Learning

Where

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E18

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E18

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E17

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E17

Pathways to Early Years Teacher Status Professional Development (FdA) Early Years Leadership / Practice (FdA)

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E17

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E18

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

E17

International Early One to one drop in Years Education

6pm – 8pm

E17

Postgraduate Professional Development

One to one drop in

6pm – 8pm

Foyer Meeting Room

Teaching, Learning One to one drop in and Mentoring Practice

6pm – 8pm

E18

6pm – 8pm

E18

Children and Young People’s Learning and Development Early Years Professional Practice and Leadership Early Years Education (BA Hons)

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MA Education MaST SENCo Dyslexia Research

Working with Children and Young People

One to one drop in


Access Programmes Equivalency Programme

If you do not have the necessary GCSE grade C or above in English Language, Mathematics or Science, tutors will be able to offer advice about the appropriate Edge Hill Equivalency Test Module. For further information and to register your interest please go to edgehill.ac.uk/tests

Please see a member of the Admissions Team for clarification of your qualifications.

Fastrack

Access to Primary Initial Teacher Training in Higher Education (30 weeks + 7 weeks)

Access to Secondary Initial Teacher Training in Higher Education (30 weeks + 7 weeks)

Preparation for Higher Education (7 weeks)

Fastrack is an intensive 30 week part-time and 6 weeks full-time Preparation for Initial Teacher Training programme for adults, designed to give you the skills and knowledge to prepare yourself for entry to a specific Initial Teacher Training course at Edge Hill University. Successful completion will enable you to start a full time Initial Teacher Training degree from the following September. For further information and an application form please go to edgehill.ac.uk/fastrack Please check website for details of the routes available.


Enquiries and Contact List Accommodation For accommodation enquiries, e.g. halls of residence, pricing or locally available accommodation, please contact our Accommodation Team: 01695 584200

Admissions For any application enquiries please ask our Admissions Team this evening, or alternatively contact them on the following number: 01695 650950

Campus Tours Monthly Campus tours are available, to find out more or if you have any questions about campus tours please call our Course Information, Advice and Guidance Team on 01695 657000 or emailing study@edgehill.ac.uk

Childcare For help or advice about childcare please call the Student Information Centre Helpdesk: 01695 584554

Equivalency Tests For any enquiries please contact our Access Programmes Team: 01695 650950 or email edgehilltests@edgehill.ac.uk

Student Finance For advice on managing all aspects of student finance please call a member of our Finance and Welfare Team on the following number: 01695 657250


Applications for Initial Teacher Training Applications for admission to Initial Teacher Training should be made to The University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) for both undergraduate and postgraduate routes, the contact details are as follow

UCAS Teacher Training Rosehill New Barn Lane Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL52 3LZ

Teacher Training: 0871 468 0469 www.ucas.ac.uk

Direct applications to Edge Hill University

Applications for Foundation Degrees, part-time programmes and professional development should be made directly to Edge Hill University. Application Forms are available today from the Helpdesk or can be downloaded from the Edge Hill website.


Emergency Procedures For your own safety and well-being, visitors are asked to take note of the following information:

What to do…

On hearing the fire alarm

• •

The alarm sounds continually Follow the green and white Fire Exit signs to leave the building by the nearest available exit.

The Assembly Area for this building is the piazza area across the bridge

Please note: • All rooms contain a fire action notice • Signs for ‘Fire Exit’ can be recognised by white letters on a green background • Visitors are asked to ensure that their parked vehicles do not cause an obstruction should any emergency vehicles need access onto campus.

In case of personal injury/illness

• •

Go to the Helpdesk to request first aid assistance Helpdesk staff will arrange for an ambulance to be called where necessary. Report any injury to a member of staff on the help desk.

If property is lost/mislaid Report details to staff on the Helpdesk located in the foyer of this building. Should you have any other problems, please report to staff at the Helpdesk in the main foyer.


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Education Open Event - Thursday 13th March 2014