Course production

Once your programme has received unconditional approval from the Programme Approval Panel, you will need to start writing and assembling learning and teaching materials (including print and online resources), develop detailed assessment criteria, and set up the administration. It is a good idea to work backwards from your programme start date, and set deadlines for each element (for example, allow at least a month for printing).

If designing online materials, it is a good idea to create paper prototypes to test the course before it is fully built.

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Programme development involves a lot of testing and refinement, and you may need to revisit the programme production stage once you have done this. Checks you will need to make include the quality of any distance learning, loading and balancing, staffing and equipment resources, and accessibility.

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