Bachelor in Education (Hons) (Facilitating and Adapting Education for Students with Diverse Needs)

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Intro

This Bachelor’s Degree is perfect for those who want to work as Learning Support Educators, helping children with diverse needs and apply for the posts for LSE 1, LSE 2, and LSE 3 in government, church, and independent schools in Malta.

Thanks to this qualification, you will learn the necessary skills and competencies needed to work in this particular sector.

Our course covers topics such as children’s development, pedagogical strategies and different challenges that children face. This knowledge leads to more comprehensive, inclusive and accessible education plans that will help neurodiverse children excel.

Overall Competences

During this module, our students will:

    1. Have the opportunity to assess issues related to child development.
    2. Learn best practices in regards to educating children with learning difficulties.
    3. Develop the ability to assess the child’s literacy and numeracy level.
    4. Develop a mindset of inclusion, equality, multiculturism, and diversity.
    5. Become fully proficient and professional LSEs, working with other professionals in and out of class to provide the most effective educational environment for children with diverse needs.
    6. Develop the ability to conduct research relating to children with diverse needs in the educational field.
    7. Develop the ability to use AAC devices to teach children with diverse needs.

Mode of Delivery

The Bachelor in Education (Hons) (Facilitating and Adapting Education for Students with Diverse Needs) will be delivered through blended learning, with 448 contact hours delivered online and 447 contact hours delivered face-to-face.

Course Structure

Careers

This qualification enables candidates to apply for the post of LSE 1, 2 and 3 in government, church and independent schools in Malta or Support Educators/Teaching Assistants in other countries.

This qualification also enables candidates to apply for the post of Inclusive Coordinator within schools (INCO).

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Entry Criteria

Fees

Maltese/EU
€5000

Location

Malta Leadership Institute
Valley Towers, Suite 9
Valley Road
Birkirkara BKR9022
Malta

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The Letter of Acceptance will only be issued once the course deposit has been paid. We should receive the deposit at least fifteen (15) days before the course start date.
All applicants should present (in paper or digital format) all the certificates that are needed to assess eligibility. These need to be sent at least a day before the course start date. For more information regarding eligibility criteria, kindly refer to the information that was sent to you by our team.
You must complete the following exemption form: https://form.jotformeu.com/jesfrig/rpl. You need to make this request when applying for the course. An official response will be issued during the first week of the course.
If for any reason, you decide to drop out, you need to inform us at least 10 (ten) days before. If we are informed ten (10) days plus before, you are still entitled to a partial refund (according to the amount of deposit requested and the MQF Level of the course).
If you want to switch courses (e.g. from the Certificate course to the Diploma course within the same faculty), you need to inform us at least two weeks before starting the course. If this change requires an additional deposit fee, then this change will be only accepted on the condition that we receive the payment immediately. Unfortunately, we cannot accept such changes if you've already started the original course.