EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS(Compulsory) mt742
CHANGE MANAGEMENT IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS(Compulsory) mt743
This postgraduate certificate has been designed for those in middle/ senior leadership positions in Catholic schools and also for aspiring Catholic school leaders, including school governors and other professionals, in order to develop their knowledge and understanding of leadership within Catholic settings and to respond to specific issues facing Church school leaders today. The Postgraduate Certificate comprises of two modules: Educational Leadership in Catholic Schools and Change Management in Catholic Schools.
– An opportunity to continue your professional development
– Gain a qualification in Catholic School Leadership at masters level
– Supports succession planning, recruitment and retention within Catholic School
– An opportunity to meet others interested in leadership from across other Catholic schools
– Access to University facilities (eg library, IT systems, Student Support Services)
– May gain credits towards the CCRS for those who have not completed this award
– Builds on the CCRS for those who have completed this award, but no requirement to have completed the CCRS to undertake the Postgraduate Certificate in Catholic School Leadership
– Sessions will be delivered by academics who are recognised nationally and internationally within the field of Leadership and Management, Catholic school leaders and members of staff from the Diocesan Education Service.
Credit rating: 60 credits at masters level
A relevant Honours degree.
2018-19 Home/EU Students: £1,600*
N.B. A minimum of 60 credits are required to complete the post graduate certificate.. Fees per 30 credit module 2018/19* Home/EU students: £825
Partner schools, colleges, institutions, Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership members, Titan Partnership members are currently eligible for a 10% discount. Alumni are also entitled to a 10% discount.
*Fees shown are for 2018/19 academic year. The University will review tuition fees and increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course. It is anticipated that such increases would be linked to RPI (the Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interest payments).