Welcome & About
The Learning Institute promotes learning through practitioner-led innovative programmes. If your dream is to teach or develop your skills and qualifications in learning support or children’s services, The Learning Institute is the perfect start. Based in the South West of England and operating throughout the UK and worldwide, we offer a range of education based development services independently and through our partner brands.
The Learning Institute is proud to be a part of the Callington Community College Teaching School – carrying NCTL Teaching School Status. Please find out more at:
The Learning Institute offer a choice of bespoke services for both primary and secondary schools, ranging from tailor-made support for head teachers, leadership development programmes, through to (CPD) Continuing Professional Development training sessions provided by our team of experienced education industry professionals.
At The Learning Institute we treat all students as individuals, not statistics. We offer a wide variety of programmes designed to cater for everyone; from people who are already working in education and want to further their career prospects to those who are still planning their futures. From police officers to office workers, mature students to young executives, we are certain that you will find a programme in education or children’s services that suits your needs. If not give us a call and our friendly team can point you in the right direction!
NEW! Part time Masters in Education
We are very pleased to announce that Worcester University are running a part time Masters in Education in Cornwall. This programme has been specifically designed to be accessible for those working full time.
The full masters is the equivalent of nine 30 credit modules. Studies would be supported by some up front delivery and other negotiated/online support at a cost of £520 per 30 credits. This works out at £4680 for the full masters over 3 years with one module per term.
The first module to be delivered is ‘Contemporary Issues in Education’ this term on Fri 7th (Twilight session), Sat 8th November (all day) and Sat 21st November (all day).
It is the intention to offer the following modules (* indicates modules where attendance of taught elements would be expected following the model set out above).
Contemporary Issues in Education: theory, policy and practice *
Mentoring and Coaching *
Research Methods *
Performance Management *
Dissertation (a 90 credit module)
Once further cohorts are on line there may be other modules offered in years 2 and 3.
Please reply by Monday 13th October to email@example.com if you are interested in joining the programme.
In due course you will need to make a formal application. The details on how to do this, along with other useful information such as module content, are available at http://www.worcester.ac.uk/discover/education-ma.html
Foundation Degree Information Sessions
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding information sessions for the Foundation Degree for students who are interested in starting in September 2014.
For more information, or to book a place, please contact Claire King:
01726 891 807 or 07772 715020
Foundation Degree Enrolment Sessions – for students who are starting in September 2014
We are currently holding enrolment sessions for all students who have submitted their UCAS applications and are starting the Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning in September 2014:
For more information please contact Claire King:
01726 891 807 or 07772 715020