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Learning Centre Events

RAF Station Learning Centre Courses

Find out what educational courses are being held at your local RAF Station Learning Centre in 2013 by browsing the RAF Station list in the left-hand margin. Or why not see what other RAF Stations are holding and possibly participate in one of their courses.

Adult Literacy And Numeracy (ALAN) Documenation

PLA Guidlines

Individual Learning Plan

Learner Exit Survey

Learner Induction Survey

L1 Literacy Rules

Staffordshire University Programme Fees

As part of the growing unique partnership arrangement Staffordshire University has with the RAF, the university is able to apply a discounted fee rate for some of the HM Forces programmes which have been developed specifically for the RAF. In addition, and to further support our partnership, where the university has looked at branch training and recognised accreditation, the fees below are prior to any advance standing or individual APL claim.


Postgraduate Certificate in Management Studies £2,500

Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies £2,500

MBA – Dissertation Level £2,500

MA Strategic Human Resource Management

Postgraduate Certificate in Human Resource Management £2,500

Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management £2,500

MA - Dissertation Level £2,500

MA Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Education £1400

Postgraduate Diploma in Education £1400

MA - Dissertation Level £1400

MA Intelligence and International Relations

Postgraduate Certificate in International Affairs £1,350

Postgraduate Diploma in Intelligence and International Relations £1,350

MA – Dissertation Level £1,350

BSc(Hons) Intelligence and Security Systems – Top Up £2,200

BSc(Hons) Applied Aviation Studies – Top-Up £1,800

BA(Hons) Business Management – Top Up (Subject to Validation) £1,800

BEng(Hons) Engineering £1,800

BA(Hons) Human Resource Management – Top Up (Subject to Validation) £1,800

FD Leadership and Management £3,600

FD Human Resource Management £3,600

FD Intelligence and Security Systems (Franchised) £1,300

FD Applied Aviation Studies £1,734

FD Engineering Programmes (Negotiated Study Route) £3,600

University Certificate in Designing Training Activities £250

University Certificate in Training Needs Analysis £250

Open University Free Online Courses

The OU are offering 600 free online courses from introductory to postgraduate level, each takes between 1 and 50 hours to study. Please click here for info

Station Learning Centres Open Day Programme 2014

Station Learning Centres Open Day Programme 2014

Specific Learning Difficulties booklets available now

Why not download the following booklets for guidance:

A simple guide to Specific Learning Difficulties in the RAF

Guidance on Dyslexia for Line Managers in the Workplace

For further information please look at our [link not available] web pages

BDA Launches New Course for Employees in assisting Dyslexia

The British Dyslexia Association has developed a new course for employees. The course is designed to provide delegates with a range of strategies, techniques and approaches to increase personal effectiveness and efficiency across the core skills areas in the workplace.

This course is a reasonable adjustment for dyslexic employees and is funded by Access to Work, the Government Agency that deals with reasonable adjustments for all disabilities including, dyslexia.

There are no restrictions on how many individuals can receive the funding. As this course has only just been launched, it is only planned one course so far which is in London. However, BDA can come to you and will be planning a lot more courses in locations around the UK from January.

To apply for the funding, the individual doesn't have to have a diagnostic assessment to take up this or other opportunities that Access to Work will provide for, simply that they have difficulties or challenges in their work that would be typical of the difficulties dyslexia throws up.

The route way to get the course funded is to claim for support through Access to Work and to apply to go on the BDA course (see attached booking form).

At the same time, the individual needs to contact the Access to Work team for their location (area) and ask to speak to their Dyslexia Champion and explain that they want to go on the course. BDA will also notify Access to Work that they want to do it and it should then all come together. The individual will need to tell their line manager that they are looking at this support as Access to Work will refund them for the course.

To find your Access to Work office you will need to go to the following link:

For further information please contact Frankie Bowbrick ULO on 95751 6888 (01400 266888)

Frankie Bowbrick
22trgGp-TP ULO
95751 6888
01400 266888

For further information download the Employee Training Course Flier

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