Programme posté(e) par Anglia Ruskin University
Publié le : 9 mai 2013
This course will enable you to develop your expertise in critically appraising practice with children and young people from an inter-professional perspective. It will facilitate debate on inter-professional and organisational patterns of care and service provision and the wider societal and political influences that impact on children and young people, as well as promoting effective joint working between and across sectors and agencies.
Students from all professional backgrounds with an interest in children and young people will be able to enhance their intellectual and generic skills for career or professional development on this course.This course enables professionals from all backgrounds working with children and young people to study together, enhancing their critical and evaluative skills. This will give you the opportunity to share your experiences with other people from a range of other disciplines relating to children and young people.
Applicants should normally have a good first degree or equivalent and be working in an environment with children or young people. A professional qualification is not required but applicants must demonstrate continuing involvement with children and young people. Recent experience (within the past 2 years) of working directly with children and young people is required so that applicants are able to draw on their experience when completing programme assignments.