We welcome applications and proposals from people wishing to study for a postgraduate research degree (M.Res, M.Phil or Ph.D). As well as academic study opportunities the centre can provide accredited and non-accredited courses for people using storytelling within the context of their work including teachers, children’s librarians and care workers.
We have a growing community of storytelling postgraduate researchers at both Masters and PhD level. If you would like to discuss opportunities to study at postgraduate level please get in touch, call 01443 668547 or email us.You can also find more information on studying for a postgraduate degree at the University of South Wales at the Graduate Research Office page.
For more information about courses offered at undergraduate level, please visit the USW website.
Led by renowned Welsh storyteller Daniel Morden and Jessica Wilson, RMN MSc, this accredited course provides specialist training for health and social care practitioners.
Jessica and Daniel will draw on their extensive experience of storytelling in healthcare settings and through performance to introduce the principles of using traditional oral storytelling within a therapeutic relationship with service users/patients. Through experiential learning you will study how to find and shape a story, tell a story in performance, evaluate appropriate material for telling in relevant contexts, and how to reflect on the process and outcome.
When: 14-15 September 2019 | Cost: £168
To apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org