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Bachelor of Science with Honours Real Estate & Property Management - Chartered Surveyor , Level 6, 2020/21 - Course Handbook

Bachelor of Science with Honours Real Estate & Property Management - Chartered Surveyor
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Welcome to the Course

Dr Cletus Moobela

This handbook provides you with information that you will need on your course. You should find it helpful when you first start, when you are preparing for assessment, and at any time that you need help or advice in connection with your studies here. You will also receive a Module Handbook for each module you study on your course.

We will provide you with the opportunity to acquire all the necessary skills to enter the surveying profession, but you must work hard and apply yourself in order to achieve the standards that are required of a chartered surveyor. This is an academic course which requires a great deal of input from you, but the rewards at the end can be considerable. It is important to listen and understand all that is being delivered during the course as your ability to do so will be reflected in the opportunities which present themselves to you in your career.

The course team are looking forward to working with you this year and we hope that your time studying with us at Leeds Beckett University is both enjoyable and successful.

On behalf of our University and the whole course team I would like to wish you well in your studies.

Whether you are joining us as a new student or returning to continue your studies, and whether your course is on-campus, distance learning, degree apprenticeships or you are on one of our UK and overseas collaborative and franchise courses, we hope you will enjoy your experience and find your studies interesting, challenging and relevant to your development and future career plans.

Our aim is to provide students with a research informed, innovative and relevant curriculum that is linked to current industry practices and standards. Our courses are highly valued by employers, professional bodies and other stakeholders. Our School has a strong tradition of delivering programmes that provide students with the opportunity for academic and practical experience. This approach, coupled with our close involvement with employers, produces graduates who are highly regarded in the workplace.

Through our approach to student support and to teaching and learning we aim to place you, our students, at the heart of everything we do. You will experience a diverse range of teaching approaches. We also use a variety of different methods of assessment and attach considerable importance to providing you feedback on your assessments.

The School curricula encompasses sustainability embracing broader social, economic, and environmental issues fundamental to understanding, preserving, and enriching the built, natural and digital environments.

As a School we strive to be student-centred and value your opinions and feedback. We want to hear about the things you enjoy and that you think we do well, but also want to know when you think there are ways in which we can improve your experience. There are many ways in which you can provide feedback including through your student academic representatives, through written or on-line module evaluation feedback forms and through student open meetings, forums with staff and student representative meetings with me.

We maintain a strong commitment to our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and our facilities are well equipped for each major area of our course provision. Our Built Environment, Planning, Human Geography and Civil and Building Services Engineering courses are situated in the heart of the City at Northern Terrace Building, with the Computing and Electrical and Electronic Engineering courses located in Caedmon Building at our Headingley Campus.

If you are studying on campus, where possible, the majority of your teaching will take place at the School’s buildings; however, some teaching sessions may be scheduled in other buildings on our City Campus and Headingley Campus. The City Campus library is located in the Leslie Silver Building, which is adjacent to Northern Terrace, while the James Graham Building houses the library at our Headingley Campus.

This academic year, because of the need to maintain social distance as a result of Covid-19, thereby keep both students and staff safe, the School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing will be using a blended learning approach. All essential delivery will take place online and this will include lectures, seminars and virtual drop-in sessions. Some limited face-to-face sessions (for example tutorials/seminars/workshop) will be delivered onsite to provide additional small-group learning opportunities. For those who are unable to visit us on campus, these face-to-face sessions will be recorded and made available electronically. In addition, courses that have laboratory work and practical sessions, where these cannot be delivered in any alternative way will be arranged for students to come to Campus for the sessions. The delivery methods will be reviewed as we know more about Covid-19 through Government advice and directives.

I would like to wish you well in your chosen studies and hope you have an enjoyable and successful year.

Professor Akin Akintola

Professor Akintola Akintoye, Dean of School

Welcome to Leeds Beckett Students’ Union!

Here in the SU we’re here to support, connect and represent you! Whether it’s gathering feedback on how you’re finding Uni, running in an election to become a full-time officer or joining a society, the SU’s got your back! Below you can find information on a few of our services including the advice service, student voice and how to be a course rep. If you’ve any questions on what the SU is, how it can support you or want to share feedback and have a rant, please feel free to message us. You can follow us on social media by searching LeedsBeckettSU on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the most up to date information.

My role as your Education officer is to support and represent you. If you have feedback you’d like to pass on, want to chat about a campaign idea or about the many things on Disney+, then you’ve found your one stop shop gal! I’m a student just like you and study Speech and Language Therapy, for a fun fact, drop me a message, you can find me on Facebook by searching ‘Sherry Iqbal’
I’m really looking forward to meeting you (virtually!) and wish you the best! See you around.

Sherry Iqbal, Education Officer, LBSU

Your apprenticeship offers you a great opportunity to gain valuable skills and knowledge, both at work and at the University, that will ensure you are fully competent in your chosen field and enable you to progress further with your career.

All successful apprenticeships are built on strong relationships between the Apprentice, their employer and the University, in particular the Course Team. These colleagues are there to support you on your learning journey and so you will work closely with them to make sure you get the most out of this exciting experience. It is essential that you keep your employer and Course Team fully up-to-date with any matters relating to your attendance, any support you might need and any other challenges you come across.

As you will be aware, all Apprentices sign a number of documents before starting their apprenticeship, including a Commitment Statement which provides details of the apprenticeship requirements that have been agreed to by yourself, your employer and the University. This key document will follow you through your apprenticeship and will allow you to see your progress and identify areas you might want to strengthen. Please refer to the Commitment Statement and contact your employer and/ or Course Team if you have any questions about the apprenticeship.

An important part of all apprenticeships is for Apprentices to spend at least 20% of their working time “off-the-job”. This time is typically spent in University but it may also include learning activities in your workplace, but outside you normal day-to-day activities. This learning will ensure you gain the necessary skills and knowledge for your career role. You will need to keep track of this off-the-job learning but your employer and Course Team will help you with this. In addition to informal contact, there will be opportunities for you to formally discuss your off-the-job learning, and general progress/ issues, at meetings between your employer, the Course Team and yourself, these are referred to as Tripartite Reviews, and these are a requirement of all apprenticeships. Details of your Tripartite Reviews, and other ways to access support at work and University, will be recorded in your Commitment Statement.

Introduction

This Handbook contains important information about Leeds Beckett University’s planned approach to course delivery and assessment in 2020/21. You should read this web page carefully so that you are aware of any changes that affect your course.  

The University is informed by Government and Public Health England (PHE) Covid-19 advice and guidance for maintaining a Covid-secure learning and working environment. Working closely with apprenticeship employers, we have made arrangements to continue to provide a high-quality educational experience in a way that protects the safety and wellbeing of both students and staff. We are engaging closely with Leeds Beckett Students’ Union to inform the arrangements and will also be informed by feedback provided by our individual students. 

Government and Public Health England advice and guidance from apprenticeship bodies continues to evolve, so the arrangements for delivery of your course and use of the campus may need to change during the academic year to continue to protect students and staff.

The taught content at each level of study, or its equivalent, will be delivered across the academic year 2020/21.  We have identified an appropriate mix of blended learning – a mix of face-to-face, on-campus, online and digital content and teaching and learning for each subject, reflecting what will maximise learning as well as supporting more vulnerable learners and enabling the university as a whole to minimise transmission risk.

Covid-19 social distancing measures will be implemented during 2020/21 for teaching, learning, assessment and student support.  

In the event of further government lockdowns, either local or national, we will prioritise digital and online learning and support to enable you to continue with your studies. 

Courses are being taught in either three teaching blocks or two semesters. If there is an easing of Covid-19 restrictions, we will continue to provide blended delivery for teaching block 1 or semester 1 in 2020/21. We will keep teaching blocks 2 and 3 or semester 2 under review, informed by Public Health England advice. We may revert to different proportions of on-campus learning and online learning delivery later in the academic calendar year or a later teaching block.  Learning will remain accessible for students who are unable to attend on campus sessions. 

How we will communicate with you

As part of the Admissions and Enrolment process, we have sent information to new and continuing apprentices on the plans for delivery of your course in 2020/21, the academic calendar (teaching block delivery or alternative) applicable for your course and the options available to you, to enable you to make informed choices. 
As the situation evolves, further information on local course delivery arrangements will be provided to you in emails and on the University’s Covid-19 microsite.

In addition to the course specific information set out in this Handbook and the above communications, the University’s Covid-19 microsite contains information for students/ apprentices and applicants, including information relating to University accommodation and University facilities and services.  The Covid-19 microsite is regularly reviewed and updated as the situation, advice and planning evolve and is available at: www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/covid19/

Key terms and conditions

Before you start your apprenticeship, you are required to sign an Apprenticeship Agreement and Commitment Statement, documents that outline the key terms and conditions of your apprenticeship and provide links to other sources of information.  It is essential that you carefully read these documents and are clear on what is required from you, your employer and the University.  If you have any questions regarding how Covid-19 could affect your apprenticeship please refer to the Covid-19 microsite Degree Apprenticeships page that may provide you with an answer or contact your employer, your Course Director or the Apprenticeship Team (apprenticeships@leedsbeckett.ac.uk). 

Location of delivery

In academic year 2020/21, it is planned that your course will be delivered via a blend of online and digital learning and on-campus teaching and learning, with the necessary Covid-19 social distancing and other measures in place on campus informed by the Government and Public Health England advice and guidance. 
Information on how blended teaching and learning will be delivered and the location of any on-campus delivery is provided in subsequent sections of this Handbook entitled ‘Location(s) of Delivery’ and ‘Teaching and Learning Activities’. 

Policies, Standards and Regulations 

Covid-19 social distancing measures will be in place for teaching, learning, assessment and student support in 2020/21. This means that there will be operational requirements and protocols in place for the way in which your course is delivered and the way in which University activities, facilities, and spaces operate which students and staff will need to follow.   

In the event of further government lockdowns either local or national in response to Covid-19, we will prioritise digital and online learning and support to enable students to continue with their studies. We may need to implement approved emergency Covid-19 pandemic academic regulations to take account of the impact of Covid-19 general extenuating circumstances. 

Details of the policies and regulations which are relevant to you are available in the ‘Policies, Standards and Regulations’ section of this Handbook.  

Placements and Other Off-Campus Learning Opportunities 

If your course involves placement(s) outside the workplace, Covid-19 response measures are likely to impact on the arrangements for placements. If available, these are likely to operate with appropriate social distancing arrangements.  Employers may reduce the availability of placement or volunteering opportunities due to the impact of Covid-19 on their operations. 

For more information about how your placements are planned and current updates please contact your Course Director or your Placement Team, contact details in the apprenticeship commitment statement. 

Students will have access to advice and support throughout their apprenticeship from the University careers and employability team during their studies via the online resources and support.

Change of Circumstances

Apprentices may find that throughout their apprenticeship they experience changes in their circumstances. The ESFA (Education and Skills Funding Agency) has clear guidance about the support available and the requirements that need to be met when an apprentice’s circumstances change. This guidance includes changes in personal circumstances where the apprentice may need to take a ‘break in learning’. Where apprentices are made redundant or change employer. This also includes where apprentices have been ‘furloughed’. Government guidance is evolving continuously to support apprentices in response to Covid-19. 

If you think you may face or are facing any of these changes in circumstances or would like to discuss your apprenticeship in general, please contact the Apprenticeships Team on 0113 812 4500 or by email at apprenticeships@leedsbeckett.ac.uk for up to date advice, support and guidance. 

Professional Accreditation or Recognition Associated with the Course

We will prioritise face-to-face teaching and practical teaching to meet any requirements of relevant professional, statutory and regulatory bodies (PSRB) if your course includes these elements. This will ensure that your course retains its full professional status. 

Where applicable, specific information on applicable professional statutory or regulatory body recognition or requirements for your course is summarised in the ‘Professional Accreditation or Recognition Associated with the Course’ section below.

Teaching and Learning Activities

The way we will deliver this course and teaching, learning and assessment activities in 2020/21 will be informed by Public Health England advice and guidance from apprenticeship bodies on Covid-19 secure requirements and the need for social distancing for the protection of students and staff. 

You will experience a blended approach to learning for 2020/21; this is a mix of face-to-face, on campus online, and digital content, teaching and learning. 
We are working within the government 2 metre social distancing measures for Teaching Block 1 so we are not planning to deliver large-group teaching on campus throughout 2020/2021. This will ensure that maximum space will be available for small-group teaching.

In most cases, the taught content will also be available online so you can still access it if you are not able to attend campus due to the pandemic (for example, due to self-isolation, shielding or travel restrictions). There will be digital content and recorded lectures available online to support students who may be unable to travel to campus. In some circumstances, other formal taught sessions may also be recorded. 

In the event of a further government lockdown in response to Covid-19, we will prioritise digital and online learning and support to enable students to continue with their studies and study towards achieving any specified professional statutory and regulatory body accreditation requirements where this applies.   Students are advised that they will need a personal digital device for this purpose. The University’s wide range of student support services available for students also includes a laptop loans scheme. Students may wish to bring an existing personal device or purchase or lease a laptop or similar device for their personal use which would be an additional cost.  The costs of this would vary depending on your individual requirements but can be in the region of £400-800 depending on the device. If there is an easing of Covid-19 restrictions, we will continue to provide blended delivery for teaching block 1 or semester 1 in 2020/21. We will keep teaching blocks 2 and 3 or semester 2 under review, informed by Public Health England advice (see Introduction section above).

Further information on local course delivery arrangements will continue to be available from your School. 

Learning Support

Our approach to delivering student support in 2020/21

Given the planned social distancing measures in place on campus for 2020/21 to ensure safe delivery of services for students and staff, some of the arrangements for student support will be accessible online. 

We are committed to ensuring you continue to have opportunities to access the learning and wellbeing support that you need over the forthcoming year. General learning spaces, including access to libraries, will be available to be booked online; and where specialist space is needed, this will either be provided: as normal; created in newly adapted spaces; or replicated as part of an enhanced suite of online resources.

We want to provide a safe environment for students and staff, so on-campus delivery of student support services will be limited. This may mean that campus-based school offices will operate within defined core office hours.  However, full access to advice, learning support and specialist services will be delivered via telephone, email, video calls and online live chat.  The Students' Union will also be implementing social distancing arrangements for student advice services. 
Access to Library support in 2020/21

The Library offers access to thousands of resources via MyBeckett or the Library website which also provides full details of all our services. 

In response to Covid-19, and the need for social distancing for the protection of students and staff, the libraries will be available via a booking system in 2020/21 for students to study, access PCs and laptops, printer/ copiers, and other equipment, and to use the books and journals

Further information on Library support is available in the ‘Library and IT Support’ section of this Handbook. 

Range of Support Services Available

There is a range of support for disabled or vulnerable students. Any student with a disability, who may or may not have declared this to the University and wishes to discuss their learning support for the year ahead or their status as a Covid-19 extremely vulnerable person, should contact their Disability Adviser for their School who is based in Student Services to discuss their support needs in the first instance.  The service contact details are disabilityadvice@leedsbeckett.ac.uk or telephone 0113 812 5831. Students who are classed at Covid-19 Extremely Vulnerable (i.e. you have received a Shielding Letter from the NHS) but who do not regard themselves as disabled, and have not registered with the Disability Team, should discuss any support arrangements they may need, directly with their Course Director and if resident in halls, their Residential Life Team.

Further information is available in the ‘Support for Disabled Students’ section of this Handbook. 

Information on the support available from your School and other Services is available in the ‘Key Contacts’ and ‘Learning Support’ sections of this Handbook. 
In order to provide you with information on student services support in 2020/21 in response to the changing Covid-19 position, updated information will be provided on our University Covid-19 microsite.

Course-specific information

We plan to deliver large group sessions and lectures online and smaller group seminars or tutorials on campus with appropriate social distancing measures in place. These will be arranged in such a way that each course level (Level 4, Level 5, and Level 6) will have an opportunity for weekly face-to face seminars / tutorials in small groups in line with social distancing measures. This will be in addition to the large group online sessions. Both the online and campus-based delivery will offer students opportunities for formative and summative assessment and feedback.

Key Contacts & Keeping in Touch

Dr Cletus Moobela

Dr Cletus Moobela

C.Moobela@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Dr Cletus Moobela

Dr Cletus Moobela

C.Moobela@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Every student on this course is allocated their own Academic Adviser.

Your Adviser will be a member of academic staff that teaches on your course, you will be informed in the first two weeks of teaching who this, and how to contact them.

For more information about this role, and the support that your Academic Adviser will be able to provide, please use the link : http://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/studenthub/academic-advisor/

During your apprenticeship you will be supported by a range of staff at work and University, including a Workplace Mentor. Your Workplace Mentor will be a key contact for you at work and will help you in a number of ways, such as identifying relevant learning opportunities and to help you succeed with these. More details of your Workplace Mentor, and other support options, will be listed in your Commitment Statement.

Emily Easton, e.a.easton@leedsbeckett.ac.uk 0113 81 28757, Northern Terrace G10

Course Representatives are student volunteers who represent your views at course-level, in course forums and in meetings with academic and support staff.

Details about being a Course Representative are available at www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/studenthub/course-representatives.htm.

The Students’ Union oversees Course Representatives and more information is available at https://www.leedsbeckettsu.co.uk/studentvoice/coursereps

Catherine Parkin and Ellie Clement, parkin.park@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

0113 8121101/5238, Leslie Silver Building, Sheila Silver Library, City Campus

The contact details of other key services, such as the Student Advice Hub, Disability Support, Library, Money, Careers, Students' Union Advice Service and Students' Union Student Voice Team can be found on the Students web page.

Academic and administrative staff at our University use your student email address to contact you. It is important that you check this account regularly. You can forward emails from your student email address to a preferred personal email address, however, quarantine and spam filters needed by our University mean that emails sent from external email addresses may be delayed, blocked or deleted. It is therefore important that your student email address is the only email address that you use to contact University staff. Information on how to access your student email address can be found on the Library Student IT Support page (http://libguides.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/it_support/office365/outlook)

Please make sure that you inform your Course Administration team whenever you change your address and contact details. It is important that you also update your records yourself. You can do this via the My Account/Update my Data tab on MyBeckett. This will ensure we can always contact you in an emergency, and that you receive any important University communications that we may need to send you.

We will inform you of class activities and course notifications, including any cancellations. This is usually undertaken in the form of an email announcement through the module page on MyBeckett.

For each module, the Module Handbook will include the preferred method of communicating general information about that module to you.

Skype for Business is a communication tool for staff and students:

  • Make calls using audio, video and instant messages across the University community.
  • Create and participate in group online meetings to support project assignments.
  • Available across University devices and personal mobiles via a free downloadable app.
  • Fully integrated with the Office 365 suite already used by staff and students.

Further information is available on the Library's Skype for Business web page for students. 

MS Teams is part of the Office 365 suite used by staff and students for communication and collaboration: 

  • Access via MyBeckett on University devices and personal mobiles via a free downloadable app.  
  • Participate in online meetings and video conferencing in groups or one-to-one.  
  • Work on shared content, ideas, projects and online learning.  

Further information is available on the Library's MS Teams FAQ web page.

Your course team will advise how Skype for Business will be used on your course and make guidance available as required.

Timetable Information

This course will be scheduled using a teaching block or semester-based delivery. The 2020/21 academic calendar and term dates are available on our Academic Calendars web page.

Taught sessions will normally be scheduled and included in your timetable. This will include on-campus sessions that you should attend. In 2020/21, depending on your course, this may also include scheduled online teaching and learning sessions where student engagement is required at a specified time and tutor pre-recorded lectures and scheduled discussion sessions. Module information will be made available online by the school for enrolled students.

Timetables will be made available to students during induction week via:
1. The Student Portal (MyBeckett)
2. The Leeds Beckett app

You should discuss any difficulties relating to your engagement with timetabled sessions with your Course Administrator.

The School Forums, where students raise feedback on their academic experience, are scheduled into all students’ timetables. Any student can attend but only Course Reps are expected to be in attendance.

Course Overview

Higher and degree apprenticeships offer an apprentice the opportunity to combine working while studying for a work-based academic or vocational high-level qualification.

These apprenticeships include the achievement of academic and vocational qualifications and learning from Level 4 upwards.

Degree apprenticeships:

• are the latest model to be developed as part of higher apprenticeship standards, with apprentices achieving a full bachelor’s or master’s degree as a core component of the apprenticeship

• combine both higher and vocational education and fully test both the wider occupational competence and academic learning, either using a fully-integrated degree co-designed by employers and Higher Education Institutions, or using a degree plus separate end test of professional competence

The BSc (Hons) Real Estate and Property Management is aimed at those already employed in the real estate/commercial property area and is mapped against the Chartered Surveyor – Degree Apprenticeship standard. This standard is at Level 6 and will be reviewed at least every three years. It is also mapped against the RICS Commercial Real Estate, Planning and Development and Valuation pathways and aligns with the Subject Benchmark Statement (Land, Construction, Real Estate and Surveying 2016).

1 To have the ability to understand construction and engineering services technologies and the impact of these on real estate and property development, to appreciate areas that are beyond the scope of their expertise and seek the advice of specialists where necessary.

2 To understand the role and implementation of planning policies and practices and their effect on property development and management and to understand the economics relating to the property market.

3 To understand the principle methods of property valuation, use of appropriate software, investment appraisals using traditional and computer based methods

4 To possess the skills required of a professional in the construction and property industries such as negotiation, presentation and problem analysis through engendering discussions in class and forming relationships in group work.

5 To prepare students for careers in the management, development, transaction and valuation of real estate.

6 To understand the principles of law relating to property and how the professional is affected by changes in the law in all aspects of the industry.

1 Understand the changing nature of the ‘urban problem’, social, economic and economic challenges and issues that regeneration strategies attempt to address and evaluate the processes, funding/financing and outcomes of regeneration activities

2 Understand and evaluate the factors and disciplines involved in strategic property management decisions. Investigate and respond to the changing requirements of building users and legislation.

3 Apply the rules of professional conduct and ethics to provide advice in the management of real estate property development and understand the impact of decision making and commercial implications when providing legal advice to clients.

4 Demonstrate and apply a comprehensive knowledge and academic understanding of urban planning and property management in real estate and property development.

5 Demonstrate deeper understanding and application of themes, concepts, theories and practices involved in real estate and property development

6 Apply a range of research methods and analytical skills, including qualitative and quantitative techniques, graphical and professional presentation of information, and assess and use suitable software and data management.

During your apprenticeship you will develop Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours (KSBs) that have been identified by employers and subject experts across the country as being essential in ensuring you are fully competent in your specialised role. These KSBs are built into the modules you will study as part of the apprenticeship and will be developed through a range of learning activities at work and at University.

As a Degree Apprenticeship it is expected that the Apprentice will be provided with the required 20% of learning and study time throughout their 5 years of study. This extends beyond the time they are at University to incorporate the three main areas of the Degree Apprenticeship learning being; Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours. These three areas can only be achieved through the engagement of the employer and the University to support the Apprentice in their journey through the Apprenticeship. The 20% time allocation should be considered as one day per week for every week of the Apprentice’s study on the course.

Assessment & Feedback

All Apprentices are required to complete an End Point Assessment (EPA) before they can successfully pass the apprenticeship. Before an Apprentice can attempt the EPA they must satisfy a number of criteria, which are referred to as Gateway Requirements. Once they have met the Gateway requirements, the Apprentices undertake the EPA tasks which are designed to test the Apprentice’s KSBs and their overall competency.

EPAs will be assessed by an outside organisation (EPAO) or by someone within the University who has not been involved in the delivery of the apprenticeship.

The Apprenticeship grade will normally be based on the EPA, for example, if you achieve a Merit in the EPA you will be awarded a Merit in the Apprenticeship.

You are advised to contact your Course Director with any questions relating to the EPA.

Apprentices will submit for their end-point assessment following the successful completion of the academic programme. The date for this submission is at the behest of the RICS as the professional body undertaking the EPA, currently for assessment in November the submission must be made in September. This is carried out by the professional body, the RICS, and will culminate in the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) exam.

The experiential learning modules require Apprentices to produce documentation equivalent to that required for the EPA, guidance on this documentation is given throughout Levels 5 and 6. The Apprentices becomes eligible for consideration of their EPA at the end of Level 5 where they begin to complete their work experience diary using the RICS APC templates and commence payment of membership fees of the RICS. The assessment of the modules is closely linked to the RICS form of professional assessment, where in the Level 5 modules the students are asked to highlight their application of the elements to be addressed within the relevant pathway. They should show the ability to undertake critical analysis of problems and propose solutions ot those problems. Within this understanding shoulc come the acknowledgement of the extent of their knowledge. When the students work in the Level 6 module they are tasked with providing advice to clients reflecting Level 3 in the RICS assessment process. This advice should be able to be communicated to both specialist and non specialist audiences, showing an appreciation of the uncertaintity and ambiguity of the limits of knowledge through a systematic understanding of their field of study.

Successful students will achieve a BSc (Hons) in Real Estate & Property Management - Chartered Surveyor Degree Apprenticeship and will be defined as full-chartered members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS), subject to successful completion of the Assessment of Professional Competance (APC) process. There is currently a £1,100 associated fee for the end point assessment as set out by the RICS. This fee forms part of the overall fee structure of the Degree Aprenticeship and will be paid by the University upon successful completion of the degree and submission of the initial project to the RICS. The employer should not pay this fee.

Please note the exam/assessment periods in the academic calendar and make sure that you are available during those periods. Further details of your schedule of examinations can be found on your timetable once the examination schedule is released. Coursework submission deadlines can normally be found on MyBeckett, on course noticeboards or in individual Module Handbooks/other module guides.

Disabled students requiring adjustments to assessments and/or examinations should contact Disability Advice at the earliest possible opportunity to discuss their support requirements. In order for adjustments to be identified and implemented in a timely fashion we urge all students to register with us as soon as possible, as we cannot provide adjustments at short notice.

For further information visit Disability Advice or email us at disabilityadvice@leedsbeckett.ac.uk or call us on 0113 812 5831. Please also see Disability Advice on the ‘Support’ tab in MyBeckett for further information.

It is important for your progression and achievement that you submit all work for all assignments in a timely manner. It is also important that you keep copies of all work submitted until after you have graduated. You should also keep any receipts confirming the submission of assignments. In the event of your submitted work being lost you may be required to produce a copy of the work and submission receipt. If you are unable to do so, your work will not be marked.

It is important to note that submitting all assignments is a requirement of your course. Should you experience extenuating circumstances which prevent you from submitting on time please make yourself aware of the Mitigation and Extenuating Circumstances process. Without any form of extenuating circumstances, standard penalties apply for late submission of assessed work. Full details of the penalties for late submission of course work are available in section 3.11 of the Academic Regulations. Please check the penalties that apply to this course as some Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Body requirements may mean that different penalties apply.

If you have been recommended ‘flexibility around deadlines’ as a reasonable adjustment in a Reasonable Adjustment Plan, your Course Administrator will be able to advise you of the process.

You may be required to submit your written work via Turnitin; further information on Turnitin is available.

Assessed work will normally be returned with appropriate feedback within four weeks of your submission. Each Module Handbook will provide you with specific guidelines on how and when you will receive feedback on your assessments.

Results from module assessments and decisions on progression to the next level of study (e.g., from Level 4 to Level 5 of an undergraduate degree) or awards (if you are in the final level) are available on the Results Online system.

Results will appear within Results Online five working days after the date of the Progression and Award Board meeting (the meeting where your end of level outcome will be decided) or the Module Board meeting (the meeting where modular outcomes are decided).

If you are unsure about when you might receive your results or have queries relating to your results, you should contact your Course Administrator.

The University recognises that, from time to time, students may encounter issues which may prevent them from being able to submit or take assessment. Where this is the case, students may be able to submit their 'extenuating circumstances' for consideration. Please see the Mitigation and Extenuating Circumstances web page for further information.

If you have not passed a module at the first attempt you will be eligible for re-assessment. See your Module Handbook for details of the relevant re-assessment process (e.g., whether it is coursework, an examination, a presentation or other form of assessment/when it will take place/what the deadline is). You will be advised via Results Online of your options for re-assessment. You are advised to contact your Course Director, Course Administrator or Academic Advisor for any necessary clarification.

Details about our Appeals process can be found on the Appeals web page.

Academic integrity means intellectual honesty and is part of good academic practice. Further information can be found on our Academic Integrity web page.

Teaching & Learning

The course is delivered via a blended learning approach using a range of teaching and learning methodologies. Self-directed learning through reading and research is promoted to enable students to become independent thinkers and learners. In addition, the use of project-based learning which enables students to experience a ‘live’ real estate and property management environment creates a practical and relevant learning experience that mirrors real world situations.

The course incorporates formative exercises and problem-based learning. This involves using live sites which are used in the course to form scenarios for the students to provide solutions in a ‘real-life’ situation. Close working with industry representatives on selected projects provides the students with live clients and gives them an appreciation of how they and their needs should be addressed.

Online tutorials and phase tests allow the students to develop their digital literacy skills as well as giving immediate feedback to enhance their learning.

Students will be expected to review the asynchronous lectures that are to be posted weekly and to engage with these for their tutorial sessions. The tutorials will take different formats depending upon the module and subject matter for that week. Academic staff will be available during the working week for one to one discussion via online meeting platforms with students as well as email conversations.

Drafts of coursework may be submitted to module tutors for review and guidance which may come in the form of either directed personal responses or a group-based response where similar questions have been raised several times. The use of the VLE, MyBeckett, will be the central focal point of module delivery where relevant modular information will be found. Each module team will direct students to the relevant areas and tasks that have been set, with regular support to help student engagement.

Level 4

Law in the Built Environment

City, Society and Property

Introduction to Construction Technology

Valuation 1: Introduction to Valuation

Built Environment Economics

Real Estate Profession and Practice

Level 5

Construction Technology

Valuation 2: Valuation and Investment

Property Management and Agency

Urban Planning: Policy and Practice

Property & Commercial Lease Law and Practice

Property Development

Level 6

Valuation 3: Statutory Valuation, Valuation, Rating and Taxation

Asset and Portfolio Management

Dissertation

Experiential Learning (PT only)

Elective – Urban Regeneration

Elective – Facilities Maintenance Management

Overall Workload

Teaching, Learning and Assessment

282 hours

193 hours

230 hours

Independent Study

918 hours

1007 hours

970 hours


Details of School academic staff can be found on the School of Built Environment, Engineering & Computing Website.

Attendance & Absence

The University expects you to attend and fully contribute to all mandatory sessions on your timetable as set out in your student contract. Engagement in your lectures, seminars and practicals is an important part of your learning - contributing both to the University community and the learning experience of your fellow students on the course.

We monitor your engagement at the University as regular attendance and academic achievement are closely linked. Moreover, by monitoring your engagement and attendance we can identify students who may need our guidance or support at an early stage to help them progress in their studies. This is part of our commitment to ensuring an excellent education and experience and supporting your success at Leeds Beckett.

The University does understand that from time to time there is good reason why you cannot attend a class, and in this instance you must contact your School office and employer to let them know.

Please note that any attendance reports can be shared with you and your Course team. You might be asked to contact your School office so that appropriate academic or pastoral support can be offered, should your attendance record give cause for concern.

Our most important aim is to support your studies, but we are also required to report attendance to various external bodies such as the Student Loan Company, the Home Office and the Apprenticeship funding body, the Education and Skills Finding Agency (ESFA). There are measures in place for students who seek to falsely register either their own or fellow students’ attendance.

Our Attendance Policy is available under ‘Student Contract’ on the Student Regulations web page.

Please note that if your course carries professional accreditation or recognition, there may be additional course-specific attendance requirements detailed elsewhere in this handbook.

You must notify your Course Administrator if you are absent for more than one day (for example for an interview, emergency unforeseen circumstances, or for compassionate leave). If you are going to apply for mitigation you will need to provide written evidence of the reason for your absence.

Please note that if your course carries professional accreditation or recognition, there may be additional course-specific absence reporting requirements detailed elsewhere in this handbook.

You are advised to review your Commitment Statement to ensure you are clear on who to contact in your employment organisation and University if you will be absent.

If you are unable to study due to Covid-19 (coronavirus) symptoms, please see the guidance available on our Covid-19 web page.

You are advised to review your Commitment Statement to ensure you are clear on who to contact in your employment organisation and University if you will be absent due to illness.

If you are unable to study because of another illness for more than 14 consecutive days (including weekends), you must provide us with a Fit Note. You can send a digital copy of your Fit Note to your Course Administrator, and then send the original by post.

If you are absent through illness on the day of an examination or assignment deadline and you intend to apply for mitigation, you must also provide us with details as possible. Your submission for mitigation may be made online and the circumstances surrounding it may be self-certified unless your period of absence is prolonged. Generally, all absences of 2 weeks or more will require the submission of verifiable documentary evidence. For more information on ‘fit to sit’ and mitigation please visit our Mitigation web page.

Please note that if your course carries professional accreditation or recognition, there may be additional course-specific absence reporting requirements detailed elsewhere in this handbook.

Campus-based students who suspect they may have, or have been diagnosed as having a serious infectious disease such as Mumps, TB, measles, meningitis or chicken pox should not attend campus and notify their Course Director or Course Administrator as soon as possible giving information regarding which groups of students (and/or colleagues and clients on placements) you have been in contact with and when. For diseases such as Mumps, TB or meningitis, your doctor will notify the West Yorkshire Public Health Protection Team who may also wish to speak to you (or your family) to determine if others require screening or medication. You should follow advice given by the hospital or your GP about when it is safe to return to University. Further information is available on the Student Wellbeing web page.

For guidance on what to do if you have symptoms of Covid-19 (coronavirus), please visit our Covid-19 web page.

If you are thinking about changing course or withdrawing from your course, general student information can be found on our Student web pages.

However, as you are an Apprentice, you are advised to contact your employer and the Course Director to ensure you are clear on your options.

Professional Accreditation or Recognition Associated with the Course

Skills, Employability & Graduate Opportunities

The course will develop a range of recognisable real estate and property management skills to help you pursue a career in the construction industry. In addition it will help you to improve your many existing skills and also gain new ones such as: critical thinking, presentation skills, team working, practical surveying and measurement, research, self-directed learning, professional ethics and presentation.

You will have opportunities to gain recognition during your time at Leeds Beckett University for the extra activities you do in addition to your studies, including volunteering, student societies, playing in our University sports teams and being a Course Representative.

There are three Graduate Attributes for Leeds Beckett University and these are tailored to suit your course. The three attributes you should achieve by the end of the course are for you to be digitally literate, have a global outlook and for you to be enterprising. Learning about these attributes and being assessed on them as part of your modules will provide you with capabilities which are essential for your future career and wider life as you move on from your studies here. You will be formally assessed on all the attributes in some of your modules at each academic level in each year of your course. For more information on graduate attributes please visit https://skillsforlearning.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/local/graduate_attributes/category_homepage.shtml

Students on this course should be employed in a relevant work related area.

The Course Specification includes details of any accreditations, career paths, further study options and other opportunities for graduates.

Learning Support

If you have a question or a problem relating to your course, your Course Administrator is there to help you. Course Administrators work closely with academic staff and can make referrals to teaching staff or to specialist professional services as appropriate. They can give you a confirmation of attendance letter, and a transcript. You may also like to contact your Course Rep or the Students’ Union Advice team for additional support with course-related questions.

Your Academic Advisor will be an academic member of staff who teaches you on your course. Your Course Director will make sure that you are given the contact details of your Academic Advisor at the beginning of each year, usually in your course induction. Further details on the role of your Academic Advisor are available on the Academic Advisor web page.

The Student Advice Hub Team can support with a number of practical elements of University life. When you first arrive at University, they produce your first Student ID card and any replacements you require during your studies. When you commence your studies, they can provide you with bank letters, so that you are able to open and maintain student bank accounts, and Confirmation of Enrolment letters that you might need for a range of purposes. Current students and graduates can also request transcripts from the Student Advice Hub.

As you progress with university life, the Student Advice Hub Team are able to provide information in relation to any element you might need help with. If you have a question and you’re not sure who to ask, please get in touch. If the team aren’t able to answer your query directly, they will ensure you can access the most appropriate team to offer help.

If you need help with more complex queries or concerns, their trained advisers also support students with 1-1 appointments, providing a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space to talk about your circumstances and identifying support that you can access within and outside of the University. You can book an appointment with an Adviser on MyHub.

Ordinarily, members of the Student Advice Hub in the Student Hubs on the ground floor of the Rose Bowl and Leslie Silver at City Campus and in Campus Central at Headingley. However, due to Covid-19, and in the interests of the health and safety of our students and staff, for a period of time this service will support you digitally via live chat, email, video calls and online resources. Their telephone number is 0113 812 3000 and you can contact them via e-mail on studentadvicehub@leedsbeckett.ac.uk. Appointments can be booked via the Student Advice Hub Team web page, all of which will be delivered virtually.

Within MyBeckett you will see two tabs (Support and Opportunities) where you can find online information and resources for yourselves. The ‘Support’ tab gives you access to details of services available to give you academic and personal support. These include Library Services, the Students’ Union, Money advice, Disability advice and support, Wellbeing, International Student Services and Accommodation. There is also an A-Z of Support Services, and access to online appointments/registration.

The ‘Opportunities’ tab is the place to explore the options you have for jobs, work placements, volunteering, and a wide range of other opportunities. For example, you can find out here how to get help with your CV, prepare for an interview, get a part-time job or voluntary role, take part in an international project, or join societies closer to home.

Support for disabled students is available from our Disability Advice team. Support is available for students with a range of disabilities including:
• epilepsy, diabetes and IBS
• depression, anxiety and eating disorders
• dyslexia, dyspraxia, and AD(H)D
• Autism Spectrum Conditions
• Mobility difficulties
• Sensory impairments

Support is individually tailored depending on the nature of your disability and the demands of your course. We would encourage you to contact us as early as possible to enable us to implement any adjustments you may need. If you have a disability and have not previously declared it, please fill in the registration form (which is also available via the Disability Advice web page) or contact the Disability Advice team on 0113 8125831 or email disabilityadvice@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

More information on disability advice is available under the Academic and Personal Support sections of the ‘Support’ tab in MyBeckett, and on the Disability Advice web page.

Disabled students can also access the Disability Resource Areas in each library and the support provided by the Library Learning Support Officer. More information is available on the Library website.

The Library

The Library offers 24/7 support for your studies. You can access thousands of resources via MyBeckett or the Library website which also provides full details of all our services.

Library Academic Support

The Library Academic Support Team can help you develop your academic skills such as critical thinking, academic writing and analysing data, and research skills such as how to find, use and evaluate information for your studies. The team liaises with your lecturers to provide the information resources you need for your subject and to arrange academic skills sessions to support you in your studies.

The team maintains a number of websites to support your learning:

  • In your Subject guide, you'll find a variety of information resources which have been selected as a good starting point for research in that area.  These are available on the Skills and Subject Support web page or via the Course or Support tabs in My Beckett.
  • On the Skills for Learning website, you’ll find online resources covering topics such as essay writing, research and time management, plus information to help you reference and avoid plagiarism, alongside details of online workshops that are designed to help you succeed in your assessments.  The Skills for Learning website can be found on the Library website or via the Library or Support tabs in My Beckett.

Library and Student IT Advice Service

The Library and Student IT Advice Service team can answer your queries on borrowing, finding information, passwords, Office 365, online meetings, saving your work, MyBeckett and more:

  • online (including 24/7 chat) via the Contact Us web page
  • by phone - 0113 812 1000 (24/7 IT support)


They also have a wide range of short tutorials available on the Library’s YouTube channel.

Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi on the University campus is provided by eduroam, a secure wireless network, which also allows you Wi-Fi access if you visit other universities. To connect:
1. Select eduroam from available Wi-Fi
2. Your login details are:
Username: e.g., c1234567@leedsbeckett.ac.uk
Password: your normal university password
*Android Users: Select under Phase 2 Authentication – MS-CHAPv2
Help is available on the Library’s Wi-Fi web page.

Microsoft Office 365

You are provided with free access to Office 365 and the latest version of Office can be downloaded from the IT tab in MyBeckett or from office.com. All students who are registered for a qualification at Leeds Beckett University are eligible and you can use the subscription for the duration of your course. For instructions and more information, please see the Office 365 support page.

OneDrive

OneDrive Leeds Beckett is your individual file storage with 1TB of storage space. With OneDrive you can access and share your files across your devices. This is accessible on University PCs and off-campus through Office 365 portal. See the Saving your Work pages on the Library website for more information.

Leeds Beckett RemoteApp

The Leeds Beckett RemoteApp gives you access to a range of specialist software for your course on your personal devices. See the RemoteApp page on the Library website for more information.

Media Equipment – free loans

You can borrow high-end Media Equipment for free. Browse, reserve and collect equipment ranging from GoPros to Remote Presenters from the ground floor of the Shelia Silver and Headingley Libraries. Further information is available on the Media Equipment web page.


The Students’ Union Advice Service offers free, independent, non-judgemental advice and guidance to all Leeds Beckett Students. This can include advice on any problems you might have whilst on your course including all the Academic Regulations (Mitigation, Extensions, Complaints, Appeals, Disciplinary procedures and Academic Integrity). We can also give advice on any issues you may have with your housing including disrepair, contract checking and issues with deposits. We can also advise on student funding and debt.

We will listen to your problem and outline what options are available to you, so you can make an informed decision on what to do.

Hopefully you will never need us but just remember we are here for you if you do.

Email: suadvice@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Tel: 0113 812 8400

www.leedsbeckettsu.co.uk/advice

The Students’ Union Student Voice & Insight Team works together with the Education Officer to effectively represent students’ academic interests.

We provide support, training and ongoing development to c.1000 Course Representatives, who are elected by you to represent you whilst you study at Leeds Beckett, and facilitate the School Forums where any student can raise feedback about their academic experience at Leeds Beckett and discuss changes that have occurred as a result of student feedback with University staff.

Unsure who your Course Rep is? Maybe you’re interested in becoming a Course Rep or have feedback about your academic experience? Drop us a message on the details below:

Email: studentvoice@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Tel: 0113 812 8400

www.leedsbeckettsu.co.uk/officerteam

Resources

MyBeckett, the portal and virtual learning environment provides:

• access to your modules and timetables;
• your reading lists and email account;
• your personal storage area on our University IT servers;
• information on where to look for academic or personal support (Support tab);
• information on opportunities such as jobs, careers, part-time work, placements and volunteering (Opportunities tab)
• access to Library and student IT advice

Further information and support for using MyBeckett can be found on the MyBeckett Support Pages.

Student Voice

We are committed to working in partnership with you and the Students’ Union to provide you with an inclusive, safe and engaging learning environment which is conducive to study for all our students and our staff. An important element of your time studying with us is your engagement in developing your learning. Your engagement and attendance on your course enables you to further your learning and supports your achievement, course completion and aspirations for the future. There is an expectation that students will attend, engage in their learning and submit for assessment. We provide support for you to maximise your time studying with us and to develop your learning, skills and abilities to support you in your chosen career path.

We seek active participation by all our students in the continuous enhancement of our courses and through our monitoring, annual review and enhancement processes. These are formal processes used by our University for assuring the academic standards and quality of your course and its continuous improvement. These processes utilise your feedback, External Examiners’ reports, feedback from staff and others, data relating to student outcomes on the course and student surveys to reflect on areas of good practice and areas for further enhancement. We invite all students to participate in a range of opportunities to provide us with feedback on your course and modules. This may include discussions with staff, focus groups, and meetings (e.g. with Course Representatives or with staff) and formalised student surveys e.g. mid module reviews, end of module evaluations and specific course or other surveys such as the Student Barometer, National Student Survey and Destination of Leavers in Higher Education Survey. We utilise the outcomes of these surveys to benchmark our courses nationally and to inform annual course enhancements.

Informal feedback is also welcome at any time either via your Academic Advisor or module tutor or via your Course Representative. Our partnership with you enables us together to make the most of your learning experience with us and to enhance the quality and reputation of your course. You can find out what actions have been taken in response to your feedback through your Course Representative, the Students’ Union, your tutors or through the Library.

Course Representatives are student volunteers who represent your views at course level, in formal and informal meetings with academic and support staff online and follow up on actions that have occurred as a result of student feedback at School Forums. Details about being a Course Representative are available on the Students web pages. The Students’ Union oversees Course Representatives and more information is available on the Students’ Union website.

You have the opportunity to become an elected Course Representative working in a voluntary capacity with students, the Students’ Union, the Course Director and members of the course team and our University. The Course Director, working in partnership with our Students’ Union, enables the process for election and appointment of Course Representatives. The Students’ Union provides training and development for Course Reps and supports their engagement in enhancement activities. Being a Course Representative provides an opportunity for you to enhance your own learning and the development of relevant professional and employability skills in parallel with your studies.

As a Course Representative you would play an important role in:
• acting as a point of contact and advocate for students on your course and in supporting their active engagement;
• gathering feedback from students on your course to inform further enhancements to the quality of your course and the student experience;
• enabling dialogue and good communication between students and staff on the course;
• working with the Course Director, members of the course team and the Students’ Union to enhance your course;
• facilitating and engaging in meetings about your course; and
• being an ambassador for your course.

Further details about Course Representatives are available on the web pages above and in our University’s Academic Regulations.

We invite all students to participate in a range of opportunities to provide us with feedback on your course and modules. This may include discussions with staff, focus groups, and meetings (e.g. with Course Representatives or with staff) and formalised student surveys e.g. mid module reviews, end of module evaluations and specific course or other surveys such as the Student Barometer, National Student Survey and Destination of Leavers in Higher Education Survey.

We are committed to providing a high quality experience for all our students. We welcome comments and compliments from students, and find them valuable for on-going improvements to our provision. Comments and compliments about your course can be raised with your Course Representative or directly with your Course Director or Academic Advisor.

If you have a specific complaint about an act or omission of our University, you may be able to make a complaint under the Student Complaints Procedure. In the first instance, you should raise the matter as soon as possible with the member of staff most directly concerned, or with the person who can best resolve it. If this does not resolve the matter, or if the complaint is too serious to be addressed in this way, then you should make a formal complaint in writing. Information about how to make a complaint, including the student complaints procedure and a complaints form, is available on the Students web pages.

In addition to the University processes listed above, as an Apprentice, you also have the right to make enquiries or raise concerns outside of the University. Full details of these options can be found in your Commitment Statement.

General Information

Bachelor of Science with Honours Real Estate & Property Management - Chartered Surveyor

CertHE Real Estate & Property Management

DipHE Real Estate & Property Management

BSc Real Estate & Property Management

Leeds Beckett University

Level 6 of the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications, with 120 credit points at each of Levels 4, 5 and 6 of the UK Credit Framework for Higher Education (360 credits in total)

Chartered Surveyor – Degree Apprenticeship standard

City Campus, Leeds (plus location of work placement, if applicable)

Course fees and additional course costs are confirmed in your offer letter. Course fees are presented to you annually through the online enrolment process. If you have any queries about your tuition fees, please visit our Course/Tuition Fees Payment web page or contact Fees@leedsbeckett.ac.uk. Ongoing queries relating to additional course costs may be discussed with your Course Administrator.

Policies, Standards & Regulations

Key University regulations and policies can be accessed on the following web pages:

• Academic Regulations (including assessment regulations) are available on our Academic Regulations web page
• The Student Contract is available on our Student Regulations web page
• The Student Charter is available on our Academic Regulations web page (Section 20)

Other Student regulations and University policies, including Safety, Health and Wellbeing policies, are available on our Student Regulations web page

You should also familiarise yourself with our Zero Tolerance Report and Support web page regarding sexual harassment and assault, and also the Report & Support web page regarding racial harassment.

The RICS is the governing body for surveyors and as such it also ensures that any degree that is accredited as being of the correct academic standard is delivered in such a way as befitting industry. Consequently the pass marks for the modules and progression onto the following year is somewhat different to other degrees being offered by Leeds Beckett.

In order for you to pass a module you must achieve an overall mark of not less than 40% in the combined assessments with a submission in each component for each module. A component can be an essay, phase tests, exam or any other form of assessment.

If you do not achieve these marks then you will have to undergo a re-sit of that particular area; if you still fail to achieve the marks you will not be allowed to progress onto the following year until you have completed the module again and achieved the above marks.

Failure of your second attempt at a module will result in your withdrawal from the course.

The External Examiner assures that you are assessed fairly in relation to other students on the same course and also that the standard of your own award is comparable to similar courses taken by students in other higher education institutions within the UK. The External Examiner(s) provide an annual report for your course. External Examiner reports are available on our External Examiner Reports web page, which is accessible via the Course Information link on the Students home page.

The details of the External Examiner for this course are as follows:

  • Fiona Stoddard MRICS - Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
  • Robert Stott FRICS – Associate Lecturer, Heriot Watt University

Module Information

The Course Administrator can provide you with the module information for your course, or tell you where to locate the details. This includes a description of module content, how the module will be taught and how you will be assessed.. In most cases, you will be provided with a module handbook at the start of the module or one will be made available to you In My Beckett


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