This module is part of the newly developed postgraduate pathways programme, Outdoor and Experiential Learning; Outdoor and Experiential Learning (Bushcraft); and Outdoor and Experiential Learning (Health & Wellbeing), provided by specialists at the university.
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This course is taught as a 5-day block. Dates are available on request.
It attracts 20 level 7 credits towards postgraduate level qualifications.
Students completing the course can progress to other modules or transfer to the related postgraduate courses below. They may also be able to transfer this credit to other postgraduate courses at this or other universities.
What does your own view of the world bring to the way you work? How does the work you do contribute to the wider world? How ethical is it - environmentally and socially? How do you help your participants to reflect on their own implicit bias and think critically about their lives and their futures? This course will help you reflect on your professional practice and support others to do the same.
Among the reflexive techniques we will explore will be creative art, drama, philosophy, critical thinking and walking around the Lake District landscape.
Suitable for outdoor, environmental and experiential education and development training professionals, nurses, therapists, social workers, youth workers, military (or ex-military) personnel, teachers (all ages) and trainers working with this approach or general CPD.
Credit available towards postgraduate qualifications.
Assessment, Feedback, and Teaching and Learning methods
Full details are available in the programme specification.
The teaching timetable should be available from the end of August. Access to the timetable is through the Student Hub – you will be able to access the Student Hub after you have completed online registration. The teaching day is 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday; please keep your other commitments open until confirmation of your teaching timetable, and bear in mind that many courses will offer placements or fieldwork which sometimes extends into the evenings and weekends.
Have a question about our entry requirements?
See course specific entry requirements listed below.
Applications should be made online from the Apply Now button within the course information page.
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All students will need to purchase stationery, course books and personal equipment. Extra costs may also be applicable to cover field trips, membership fees etc.