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Foundation Degree Science Health and Well-Being, Level 5, Wakefield College, 2020/21 - Course Handbook

Foundation Degree Science Health and Well-Being
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Welcome to the Course

Welcome to your course in the School of Health and Community Studies. Whether you are a new or returning student I am delighted to be able to welcome you into the 2020/21 academic year.

The year ahead will contain successes, challenges, and personal growth for you, and the School’s team of dedicated academic staff and administrators are here to help you to achieve your potential.

The School has a broad range of disciplines in our Health Promotion, Nursing and Healthcare, Psychological Therapies and Mental Health, and Social and Community Studies groups. Our academic teams work collaboratively, drawing on each other’s expertise to support learning, undertake professional practice and consultancy, and deliver internationally recognised, societally impactful research.

Throughout the year ahead please do take time to let us know what you are enjoying and what you find valuable, but also please let us know if there are things we could do differently to improve your experience through feedback to your Course Director, at the School Forum or through module evaluations and surveys.

I wish you every success for this academic year.

Dr Duncan Sharp

Dr Duncan Sharp, Dean of School

Welcome to your Higher Education course at Wakefield College, and thank you for choosing to study with us. We are confident that you have made the right choice and the programme you have chosen will meet your expectations.

In the National Student Survey, the University Centre at Wakefield College has been one of the top regional Higher Education providers for Overall Student Satisfaction over the last four years, topping the table for the Yorkshire region twice in that time. The very high level of student satisfaction reflects very strong teaching and academic support, excellent personal development and our commitment to further enhancing the experience of our HE students.

We are delighted to be working in partnership with Leeds Beckett University - the University awards the Foundation Degree that you will be studying, and helps to ensure that our courses meet the high academic standards we expect, in line with our core value of Excellence.

The University Centre at Wakefield College holds a Silver Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) award; introduced by the Government to recognise and reward excellent teaching in Higher Education. As part of this process we were commended for our personalised interventions to support transition to higher education for students with lower levels of qualifications on entry, the acquisition by students of knowledge, skills and understanding supported through a strong relationship with employers, and effective practices for developing employability within the curriculum and the implementation of an institutional culture that promotes and develops good teaching practice

Many of our courses are designed in conjunction with employers, reaffirming our commitment to place current industrial skills at the forefront of delivery, in line with our core value of Employability. We take pride in the fact that the external survey data conducted annually, regularly shows that over 90% of the College’s HE students are in employment or further study within 6 months of graduating.

Embarking on undergraduate study locally, instead of travelling further afield, is a choice which an increasing number of students, perhaps including yourself, are recognising as both attractive and practical.

We are committed to widening participation in Higher Education and in line with our core value of Affordability we have resisted growing pressure to increase our fees this year. We trust that our courses will continue to offer tremendous value for money.

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to urge you to take full advantage of your experience in Higher Education at the College to fulfil your potential, and to set yourself up for a rewarding and fulfilling career.

Good luck with your studies!

Course-specific information

Wakefield College will advise you about the impact of the Covid-19 situation on your studies. Please also see this link: Latest updates

Leeds Beckett is providing information on this link: Updates

Key Contacts & Keeping in Touch

Rob Jay R.Jay@wakefield.ac.uk

Your programme leader is your main point of contact during your studies at the University Centre and you will be provided with contact details during induction.

Wakefield College

Joanne McCormack, HE Administrator, j.mccormack@wakefield.ac.uk

Leeds Beckett University

Amy Brown, Course Co-ordinator, amy.brown@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Your Course Representative details will be provided when elected.

Wakefield College, Libraryplus

Further information regarding the Library can be found at http://moodle.wakefield.ac.uk/ > click on Libraryplus

Leeds Beckett University, the Library

The Academic Librarians for this course are Kirsty Bower, Maria Kulas, Laurence Morris and Caroline Robinson. Complete their online Get Help form for help.

The University Centre at Wakefield College has a dedicated HE support team who can assist you with queries around student finance, provide study support and strategies, general pastoral support, employability and careers advice and information and details of opportunities such as ambassador and student representative roles.

Wakefield College

We will inform you of class activities and course notifications, including any cancellations. This will be done for example, via text to the mobile phone number on our contact records, email to student email address, noticeboards or via Moodle announcements.

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

Please make sure that you inform your lecturer at Wakefield College whenever you change your address and contact details.

Leeds Beckett

Once you have enrolled on your course, you will be provided with a Leeds Beckett student ID card, which contains a username which will provide you with access to the Library website, MyBeckett and Skills for Learning. Your password will be sent to Wakefield College, who will pass this on to you. It is recommended that you change your password to something more personal to you the first time you log in. You will receive a Leeds Beckett student email address which Leeds Beckett will use to contact you. You can forward emails from your student email address to a preferred personal email address, however, quarantine and spam filters needed by Leeds Beckett 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 Leeds Beckett staff. You can find how to forward your student email address to a preferred personal email address or mobile device from: https://support.google.com/mail.

For Leeds Beckett records, It is important that you update your personal data yourself. You can do this via the Update my Data channel in the My Account tab in MyBeckett. MyBeckett, the portal and virtual learning environment, is the gateway to all the information you will need to support your studies.

Timetable Information

In the first instance, students will be provided with a timetable from their course leader. These will also be made available on the relevant course VLE page. Students are able to access their timetable on their individual Pro-Monitor record.

Course Overview

This award has been designed to offer a route for vocational students who are attracted to a programme that is academic but also prepares students for a professional career. In keeping with Foundation Degree characteristics, professional development and work related learning are integral to the curriculum. The delivery of the award will be on a full-time basis, with students studying three taught modules in each semester.

The course has been designed to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills relevant to private or public sector organisations, ensuring that graduates have a breath of knowledge in different disciplines to meet the needs of local employers to develop their businesses in line with the Public Health Strategy Plan for Wakefield Metropolitan District Council. This strategy has been adopted to be consistent with the national priorities set up by the UK government regarding joint strategic needs assessments and joint well-being strategies.

The course aims are:

To deliver high quality education which is responsive to the needs of the individual student, that has vocational relevance to the health and social sector and represents the local and regional health and well-being needs.

To provide learning experiences in an educationally stimulating environment that both challenge individuals and support their academic and vocational learning experience within the health and well-being employment sector.

To develop graduates who have the ability to reflect on and learn from their studies and their vocational experience within the health and social care sector, enabling them to relate this experience to theoretical concepts within health and well-being.

To enhance the progression/employability and career prospects in a range of health and social care related environments through developed personal and transferable skills. This may be in the form of opened up further career options or through further academic study at degree level, either in health and well-being or other related subject areas.


At the end of the course, you will be able to:

Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of the factors underpinning the concept of health and well-being in relation to individuals and communities.

Analyse the diverse needs of the individual within a range of health and social care environments and be able to extend these principles outside the vocational context in which they were first studied.

Analyse general and specific legislation and ethical considerations relating to service delivery in the health and social care environment for safe practice, the protection of individuals, equality and diversity and anti-discriminatory practice.

Integrate and evaluate academic information to make argued conclusions and recommendations for health and social care practice.

Apply the concepts and principles learned to the context of work and the requirements of health and social care environments.

Plan, organise and deliver own work to an high standard and agreed timescale in line with the requirements and operating procedures of an organisation at an independent level and when working with others.

At the end of level 5 you will be able to:

Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of the factors underpinning the concept of health and well-being in relation to individuals and communities.

Analyse the diverse needs of the individual within a range of health and social care environments and be able to extend these principles outside the vocational context in which they were first studied.

Analyse general and specific legislation and ethical considerations relating to service delivery in the health and social care environment for safe practice, the protection of individuals, equality and diversity and anti-discriminatory practice.

Integrate and evaluate academic information to make argued conclusions and recommendations for health and social care practice.

Apply the concepts and principles learned to the context of work and the requirements of health and social care environments.

Plan, organise and deliver own work to an high standard and agreed timescale in line with the requirements and operating procedures of an organisation at an independent level and when working with others.


Assessment & Feedback

Level 4 is assessed by coursework mainly with some practical skills assessments.
Level 5 is assessed by coursework mainly with some practical skills assessments.

Please note the exam/assessment periods in the academic calendar and make sure that you are available during those periods. Coursework submission deadlines can normally be found in individual Module Handbooks/other module guides.

The University Centre’s HE Study Coach, Andy Kendall, can provide assistance in relation to any reasonable adjustments, an identified learning need or academic support required by students either as a result of a DSA Statement or due to a temporary emergency situation. Andy is contactable by email on a.kendall@wakefield.ac.uk or by telephone on (01924) 789642.

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 3.14 of the Academic Regulations.

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

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.

The assessment strategy incorporates a range of methods at formative and summative level to enable students to demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and application of the concepts covered and will include written assignments in the form of essays, reports, case studies; portfolios; whole group presentations; written practical assessments; and academic poster. Formative assessment may also take the form of peer reviews and seminar sessions.

At summative assessment, written feedback is given against module learning outcomes and assessment criteria and in all cases this is provided electronically on an assessment feedback form; tutors also write comments on student work so that they can see particular areas where they have strengths and those areas that require further development. The Programme Leader ensures that this is consistent across all modules, with all of the staff using this method of summative assessment feedback.

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: https://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/studenthub/results-online/

Results will appear on Results Online within five working days from 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.

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 by Wakefield College of your options for re-assessment. You are advised to contact your Programme Leader or module leader for any 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 learning and learning activities will vary between modules and the different needs of the student group and also take account of different learning styles. The course employs a wide range of learning opportunities and teaching methods including the use of interactive lectures, tutorials, practical work, work based learning, simulations, role play, case studies, projects, peer group interaction and self-managed teams. Feedback on these activities as well as formative and summative assessments will support students reflecting on their progress.

Academic writing is a skill students will need to become familiar with supported by research skills and Harvard Referencing and comprises an important element in presenting work at this level and for progression to further HE study. Dedicated Study Skills tutors will support students in scheduled Employability module sessions and offer further support for small groups and individual study. The principles of academic writing, research and referencing appropriately and in Harvard style will be reinforced through the teaching and formative assessment of those delivering modules.

An early formative piece will be incorporated into the Nutrition and Well-being module to allow both students and lecturers the opportunity to engage in early formative assessment and identify areas for development to ensure a more positive learning experience through addressing any skills gap identified through the range of College services.

Level 4 core modules
Employability for Health and Well-being
Ethical Principles in Care Practice
Life Stages and Development
Longer Term Conditions
Nutrition and Well-being
Study Skills

Level 5 core modules
Contemporary issues in Care Practice
Leadership and Management for Health and Well-being
Mental Health Conditions
Promoting Health and Well-being
Research Skills
Work in Context

A standard 20 credit module equates to 200 notional learning hours, comprising teaching, learning and assessment, placement activities and independent study.

Overall Workload Level 4 Level 5
Teaching, Learning and Assessment 270 270
Guided Independent Study 855 855
Placement activities 75 75
Total 1200 1200
Details of staff teaching on your course will be provided by the University Centre, Wakefield College.

Attendance & Absence

The University Centre expectation is that you maintain your attendance on programme at a minimum of 90% during each academic year. The provision of University Centre bursaries and scholarships may be dependent upon you maintaining this attendance level.

You must report any absence to your Programme Leader who will advise other members of the teaching team as appropriate. The University Centre understands that, on occasion, there may be mitigating circumstances that prevent you from notifying staff members prior to your absence, but we ask that you make contact as soon as you are able, or that you ask a family member or friend to make contact on your behalf. Notification can be via email or telephone.

You must report any absence due to illness to your Programme Leader who will advise other members of the teaching team as appropriate. The University Centre understands that, on occasion, there may be mitigating circumstances that prevent you from notifying staff members prior to your absence, but we ask that you make contact as soon as you are able, or that you ask a family member or friend to make contact on your behalf. Notification can be via email or telephone. Long term sickness is likely to require the provision of a sick note and students are encouraged to talk to their Programme Leader if they think extensions or mitigating circumstances may be required due to ongoing illness.

If you are considering withdrawal from your course you should speak to your personal tutor / academic advisor to discuss your reasons. If there is a problem, staff at your delivery provider or the University may be able to help. It may be possible to arrange suspension of studies from your course.

If you are considering withdrawing, permanently or temporarily, you must complete a withdrawal form, which you can obtain from the administrative staff at your delivery provider. This form must be submitted as soon as possible as withdrawals cannot normally be backdated. For further details see the Student Regulations.

International Students

As a UKVI Tier 4 licence holder we are authorised to sponsor students from outside the European Union to study on full-time courses at the College, provided they meet UKVI and College requirements. Courses include A-Levels, English as a Foreign Language and Access to Higher Education and Higher Education courses in our University Centre. The College’s International Centre provides a visa checking service for applicants.

Students who are normally resident within the EU do not currently need to be sponsored under Tier 4 and can apply for the full range of College courses.

Professional Accreditation or Recognition Associated with the Course

There is no professional accreditation for the course.

'In Year' Work Placement Information

Work-related projects, based upon a selected organisation relevant to field of study are utilised across various modules within the course.

A minimum of 150 hours activity on a work related project will be expected in total, normally 75 hours each level.

Student's choice

Those students who are unsuccessful in securing employment and or voluntary work in the health and well-being sector will be assisted by the College placement officers to find an appropriate work placement.

Workplace visits will be made to employer organisations at regular intervals to be agreed with the employer.

The College has a standard Placement Handbook which is contextualised by course so that both students and organisations have access to the relevant information and guidance including useful contact details. There is also a Management of Placement Based Activity Code of Practice in place to offer guidance and standard expectations for staff, students and employers.

Skills, Employability & Graduate Opportunities

This course will build the following skills: team-working, research, critical thinking and evaluation, presentation, and independent learning.

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. Information on your assessment is included in your Module Handbooks.

Students on this programme will develop all three Leeds Beckett University graduate attributes of being enterprising, digitally literate and having a global outlook, progressing developmentally over the two levels.

Enterprise is developed through independent research, often in the form of case studies and individual planning for service users. Enterprise is assessed at Level 4 in Nutrition and Well-being and at Level 5 in Mental Health Conditions.

The course develops digital literacy as all work is submitted electronically, therefore requires electronic production of work. Assistance is given to the students regarding the use of technology. Digital literacy is assessed at Level 4 in Employability for Health and Well-being and at Level 5 in Research Skills.

A global outlook is developed through an international perspective being taken in several modules regarding health, lifestyle and management variations between differing cultures. A global outlook is assessed at level 4 in Ethical Principles in Care Practice and at Level 5 in Promoting Health and Well-being.

It is crucial that on completion a student achieves the required standard that employers would be expecting from a level 5 graduate. Across each module transferable skills are embedded such as academic communication, application of number, digital literacy, team work, personal and professional development, reflection and research, employability, enterprise, leadership and multi-cultural awareness; these skills will be assessed across the course.

The course will enhance the progression/employability and career prospects in a range of health and social care related environments through developed personal and transferable skills. This may be in the form of opened up further career options or through further academic study at degree level, either in health and well-being or other related subject areas.

Learning Support

Your programme leader is your main point of contact during your studies at the University Centre and you will be provided with contact details during induction.

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 University Centre has a dedicated HE support team who can assist you with queries around student finance, provide study support and strategies, general pastoral support, employability and careers advice and information and details of opportunities such as ambassador and student representative roles.

The College provides support for its disabled students and your first port of call should be our HE Study Coach, Andy Kendall, who can provide you with advice and guidance in relation to the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) and signpost you to relevant internal teams, or external agencies who will be able to provide you with the necessary support. Andy is contactable by email on a.kendall@wakefield.ac.uk or by telephone on (01924) 789642

The library is located in the Harrison Building on the City Centre Campus and there is an additional library at the College’s Castleford campus. For details of library services and opening hours see the link below.

Once you have enrolled on the programme you will be able to use the Library as either a full or part-time student.

The Library has an extensive range of learning resources which includes:

· Books, journals, periodicals and magazines;

· DVDs, streamed video and audio materials;

· Online resources, such as: study skills information, e-books, online journals & databases which you can access in College and at home through Moodle;

· Networked computers all with MS software and Internet access.

Further information regarding the Library can be found at

http://moodle.wakefield.ac.uk/ > click on Libraryplus

The IT Services Team are located with the Library in the Harrison Building at the City Campus and are available to assist students who need IT support as part of their programme of studies. They are contactable on 01924789212 and via email: helpdesk@wakefield.ac.uk and can assist with matters such as resetting College passwords and any other issues students may have in terms of accessing online resources e.g Moodle.

Resources

Teaching facilities at Wakefield College

The facilities supporting the programme are aimed at providing an enjoyable learning experience that is flexible and effective in an environment dedicated to HE students. Classrooms are equipped with interactive SMART boards to support learning, a dedicated HE Study room, PC access and formal and informal teaching areas.

Moodle - the VLE (Virtual Learning Environment)

Moodle is a system that is designed to aid your learning experience. Your tutors can upload programme resources/information onto Moodle and you can access them at a time convenient to you. Your programme tutors will provide you with information about how you can get access to the VLE at the beginning of your programme. Once you are enrolled on your programme you can use your student ID to access online resources, mainly housed on the Moodle page (http://moodle.wakefield.ac.uk/); if you are having problems logging on, click on ‘problems logging on’ to find advice and help. You can also phone IT Support on 01924 789212.

Leeds Beckett Library

In addition to the physical and online resources provided by the library at Wakefield College, you will have access to a range of resources via the University’s online library. The Library website (library.leedsbeckett.ac.uk) provides access to resources and information about Library services available to support you.


Student Voice

We are committed to working in partnership with you and nominated Student Representatives 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.

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.

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 personal tutor / academic advisor.

If you have a specific complaint about your course, you should initially follow the complaints procedure of your delivery provider.

If this does not resolve the matter, then you should make a formal complaint under the University's Student Complaints Procedure. Information about how to make a complaint, including the student complaints procedure and a complaints form, is available on the Students web pages.

General Information

Foundation Degree Science Health and Well-Being

Certificate of Higher Education Health and Well-Being

Leeds Beckett University

Wakefield College

Level 5 of the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications, with 120 credit points at level 4 and 5 of the Higher Education Credit Framework (240 credits in total)

Part-time delivery is normally over three years.

Wakefield College (plus location of any work placement, if applicable).

2020/21 course fee is £6,750

Policies, Standards & Regulations

College and Partner policies, procedures and regulations can be accessed on the University Centre HE Student Moodle Page and also on the main College website.

Key Leeds Beckett 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 merit and distinction profiles for the award follow the University Academic Regulations.

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.

Dr Karisha George, Senior Lecturer, De Montfort 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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