Masters in Educational Leadership and Management from a cooperative perspective

News of an interesting and unusual post-graduate opportunity to study leadership and management within a cooperative context at the Manchester Metropolitan University in partnership with the Cooperative College. Youth and Community Workers are encouraged to apply.

For initial enquiries and further details of the course costs and how to apply, please contact:
Julie Thorpe, email. Julie@co-op.ac.uk
Manchester Metropolitan University Tutor

or

contact:
Janet Batsleer, email j.batsleer@mmu.ac.uk

Leading Change in Learning
Organisations
This unit is designed to engage participants in reflections around the meaning, role and purposes of learning organisations, the ways in which change can be managed, how change can be led in the light of the organisational purposes and develop knowledge about
change management and the role that passion and emotion should play in leading learning
organisations.
Investigating Co-operatives,
Values and Education
This unit provides an introduction to co-operative identity and will enable participants to develop their personal perspective in relation to its valuesand practices. It will challenge participants to investigate how co-operative values are articulated in school ethos, policy and practice and to evaluate a community based learning project in the context of these values.
University teaching will be led by Dr Linda Hammersley-Fletcher, an active researcher in
the field of school leadership and management. She is working with the Co-operative College team and other university practitioners to develop the programme.

More details on this flyer.

MSC in Leadership and Management

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