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Our course will enable you to develop your expertise in critically appraising practice with children and young people from an inter-professional and contemporary 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 our course. It will equip you with skills in synthesis and evaluation, so that you are able to lead or facilitate advanced and innovative practice with children and young people within an inter-professional context.
* Safeguarding Children and Young People (30 credits)
* Significant Events in Childhood (30 credits)
* Research Studies
* Major Project
* Leadership in Professional Practice (30 credits)
* Law and Ethics in Health and Social Care (30 credits)
* Advanced Communication (30 credits)
All students will complete an additional module of their choice from the list above
The forms of assessment vary between modules. Assignments include the production of an action plan, essays and portfolio. A major project of no more than 25,000 words is also required for the Masters award.