Postgraduate Courses

Postgraduate courses on offer at Mary Hare.

All courses are delivered at Mary Hare’s campus at Arlington Manor, near Newbury.  The course fees are currently being updated. Contact us for more information.  

The mode of study for all postgraduate modules is blended: face-to-face learning with distance components.If you have any further questions about our courses please contact us using the contact form.

Click here to download an application form.

Funding Information

Please use the links below for information on funding opportunities:

www.bbc.co.uk/news/education

www.atl.org.uk/scholarships - this provides funding for postgrad study for ATL members.

The Con Powell Scholarship provides funding for up to 5 scholarships per year for individuals wishing to train as Teachers of the Deaf.  Applications for this award can be made here: 

Funding Details

 

 

Courses

 

Career options for TODs, Clinical Audiologists and other professionals

 

‘Research, Frontline, and Developments in Educational Audiology’ BATOD Conference Presentation Jan 2022

Educational Audiology portion of BAA membership webinar’  May 2022

'Interprofessional Education - CPD Opportunities with Educational Audiology' - BAA Feature 2021

'Linking up Listening Life' - further career options for Teachers of the Deaf.  Presented by Dr Joy Rosenberg, Programme Leader MA/MSc (Tod and EdAud courses)

Interprofessional Education – Clinicians and  Educators Together:  a British Society of Audiology 2020 conference poster presentation.

'Minding the gap between clinical and educational audiology' - An ENT and Audiology News article, 2020Educa

Educational Audiology - MESH Guides

 

CTAs: 
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New CPD Modules

Educational Audiology Module Aims 2022-23Available as Stand-alone options – 15 cr each7FHE1100                     Anatomy and Physiology                                             Semester ADevelop a critical awareness of current research and materials in regards to anatomy, physiology and related aetiologies/pathologies of the ear. Consider how this impacts a child or young person who is deaf and how it applies to the role of educational audiologist in a multidisciplinary team.7FHE1101                     Speech Acoustics                                                            Semester AAnalyse acoustic properties of speech in children, including those who are deaf, and apply the analysis to hearing aid and auditory implant provision and review.7FHE1102                     Clinical Audiology                                                          Semester BWork effectively to implement and evaluate performance related to basic audiological assessment and habilitation, related to appropriate management plansEffectively establish liaisons for provision of information and advice to families and other professionals.7FHE1103                     Educational Audiology in Practice                        Semester BCritically evaluate Educational Audiology advice to services (e.g. acoustic properties of classrooms) in liaison with families and the multidisciplinary team and make recommendations for improvement.Provide a critically reflective audiological and habilitation service to children and young people who are deaf and their families using methods in line with current research and protocols. Educational Audiology Module Aims 2023-24Available as Stand-alone options – 15 cr each7FHE1104                     Developing Communication, Speech & Language       Semester ADevelop a critical awareness of current research and materials on child communication development and of how this is used by an educational audiologist as part of a multidisciplinary team.Evaluate and provide information and advice to families in effective liaison with Audiology Services and other multi-disciplinary teams.7FHE1105                     Psychoacoustics                                                          Semester AReview the positions of key literature in psychoacoustics and relate arguments to this proposing alternatives, combinations or solutions.Evaluate current research on the developmental nature of auditory processing and relate a child’s behaviour to this.Link perceptual outcomes with different types of hearing loss.7FHE1106                     Whole Case Management                                             Semester BDevelop theory, methods and practice related to appropriate management plans for habilitation taking into account:Audiological assessment and habilitationneeds of the child and familydevelopmental factors including communicationaetioloical/medical factorsmultidisciplinary workingAnd critical evaluation of effectiveness7FHE1107                     Family Friendly Multidisciplinary Working                  Semester BProvide a critically reflective audiological and habilitation service to children and young people who are deaf and their families using methods in line with current research and protocols.Critically evaluate the role of the educational audiologist within the multidisciplinary team and refine their liaison skills with other professionals. 

Educational Audiology Module Aims 2022-23

Available as Stand-alone options – 15 cr each

7FHE1100                     Anatomy and Physiology                                             Semester A

Develop a critical awareness of current research and materials in regards to anatomy, physiology and related aetiologies/pathologies of the ear. 
Consider how this impacts a child or young person who is deaf and how it applies to the role of educational audiologist in a multidisciplinary team.

7FHE1101                     Speech Acoustics                                                            Semester A

Analyse acoustic properties of speech in children, including those who are deaf, and apply the analysis to hearing aid and auditory implant provision and review.

7FHE1102                     Clinical Audiology                                                          Semester B

Work effectively to implement and evaluate performance related to basic audiological assessment and habilitation, related to appropriate management plans
Effectively establish liaisons for provision of information and advice to families and other professionals.

7FHE1103                     Educational Audiology in Practice                        Semester B

Critically evaluate Educational Audiology advice to services (e.g. acoustic properties of classrooms) in liaison with families and the multidisciplinary team and make recommendations for improvement.
Provide a critically reflective audiological and habilitation service to children and young people who are deaf and their families using methods in line with current research and protocols.

 

Educational Audiology Module Aims 2023-24

Available as Stand-alone options – 15 cr each

7FHE1104                     Developing Communication, Speech & Language       Semester A

Develop a critical awareness of current research and materials on child communication development and of how this is used by an educational audiologist as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Evaluate and provide information and advice to families in effective liaison with Audiology Services and other multi-disciplinary teams.

7FHE1105                     Psychoacoustics                                                          Semester A

Review the positions of key literature in psychoacoustics and relate arguments to this proposing alternatives, combinations or solutions.
Evaluate current research on the developmental nature of auditory processing and relate a child’s behaviour to this.
Link perceptual outcomes with different types of hearing loss.

7FHE1106                     Whole Case Management                                             Semester B

Develop theory, methods and practice related to appropriate management plans for habilitation taking into account:

  • Audiological assessment and habilitation
  • needs of the child and family
  • developmental factors including communication
  • aetioloical/medical factors
  • multidisciplinary working
  • And critical evaluation of effectiveness

7FHE1107                     Family Friendly Multidisciplinary Working                  Semester B

Provide a critically reflective audiological and habilitation service to children and young people who are deaf and their families using methods in line with current research and protocols.
Critically evaluate the role of the educational audiologist within the multidisciplinary team and refine their liaison skills with other professionals.

 

Research Methods and Dissertation Module

This is a 60 credit, Level 7 module for the MA/MSc Deaf Education Studies. Download or view our course flyer below. Research Methods and Dissertation Module

This is a 60 credit, Level 7 module for the MA/MSc Deaf Education Studies.

 

Download or view our course flyer below. 
Research Methods and Dissertation Module

MSc/PG Dip Ed. Studies (Educational Audiology)

This course is delivered in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire.  This course trains students to become Educational Audiologists or Audiologists in Education.Download or view our course flyer below. MSc/PG Dip Ed. Studies (Educational Audiology)    

This course is delivered in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire.  This course trains students to become Educational Audiologists or Audiologists in Education.

Download or view our course flyer below. 
MSc/PG Dip Ed. Studies (Educational Audiology)

 

 

 

 

MA/PG Dip Ed. Studies (Teacher of the Deaf)

Delivered in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire.  Recognised as leading to the mandatory qualification for Teachers of the Deaf.  The course has recently been approved by the DFE.Download or view our course flyer below. MA/PG Dip Ed. Studies (Teacher of the Deaf)   Con Powell ScholarshipApplicants for the MA Educational Studies (Hearing Impairment) are able to apply for the Con Powell Scholarship which is awarded annually. Please follow the link below for further details regarding eligibility and the application process: https://www.batod.org.uk/information/training-as-a-teacher-of-the-deaf/Information regarding other sources of funding is also available via this link.

Delivered in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire.  Recognised as leading to the mandatory qualification for Teachers of the Deaf.  The course has recently been approved by the DFE.

Download or view our course flyer below. 
MA/PG Dip Ed. Studies (Teacher of the Deaf)

 

 

 

Con Powell Scholarship

Applicants for the MA Educational Studies (Hearing Impairment) are able to apply for the Con Powell Scholarship which is awarded annually. Please follow the link below for further details regarding eligibility and the application process: https://www.batod.org.uk/information/training-as-a-teacher-of-the-deaf/

Information regarding other sources of funding is also available via this link.