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Master’s level support on the NCETM portal


Created on 16 May 2011 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 25 September 2013 by ncetm_administrator


Welcome to the area of the NCETM portal that aims to support you if you are interested in obtaining Master’s level (M-level) accreditation for work that you are doing in your classroom or school.

Many teachers and others who use the NCETM portal are developing their knowledge and practice in ways that are worthy of Master’s level accreditation. What’s more, many universities and other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are able to provide M-level credits for work that you are doing, or plan to do. This is known as work-based accreditation and many HEIs publicise modules which are accredited in this way on their websites, in the Postgraduate, MA or CPD areas.

Below is a list of provision of Master’s level accreditation of work-based learning. This is regularly updated, though if you are interested in anything you find here, you should contact the HEI direct to obtain for the most up-to-date information.

There are other parts of the NCETM portal that will also be of interest to you if you are undertaking Master’s level professional development:



If you know of further similar opportunities, please let us know at info@ncetm.org.uk.

If you enrol on one of these courses, we’d be keen for you to share your feedback, either by using the comments box below, or by contacting us direct.



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