Online Teaching: Embedding Social, Race and Gender-Related Equity
Learn to address multiple aspects of inequity in education including race, gender identity, and sexual orientation, with The Open University.
Are you eligible for this microcredential?
To study this postgraduate microcredential you will ideally have:
A Bachelors degree or an equivalent level qualification
Experience of working in an education or training setting, or recent relevant experience of equity-related issues in an education or training context (for example, as a student)
A strong interest in making online teaching equitable
The course material does not assume that learners are currently working. Past experiences will be just as relevant.
If you do not have a degree or equivalent level qualification you may find the postgraduate level assessment challenging.
Is this microcredential right for you?
This microcredential would benefit anyone currently working in, or looking to work in: universities, colleges and further education, adult education, and workplace learning and development setting. It will enhance the employability of roles including:
Education technologists and specialists
Heads of departments
Institution leaders and managers
The course has a global focus and delivers transferable skills for diverse sectors and organisations.