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This is a part-time postgraduate certificate that will enable you to enhance both your theoretical knowledge and skills base in child welfare practice. Read more
This is a part-time postgraduate certificate that will enable you to enhance both your theoretical knowledge and skills base in child welfare practice. The course will introduce you to the very latest research for practice including child care and safeguarding discussions, new practice skills (especially in emerging technologies), best practice sharing, and knowledge exchange with service users.

Upon successful completion of the certificate you can choose to progress to the Masters in Child Welfare.

Modules
• Advances in Child Protection
• Strengths Based Approaches in Child Welfare
• Child Welfare and Social Pedagogy

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For qualified practitioners currently working in child protection, this course gives you the opportunity to take the next step to an advanced career role. Read more
For qualified practitioners currently working in child protection, this course gives you the opportunity to take the next step to an advanced career role.

Whether your background is in nursing, health visiting, police, education, the voluntary sector or you have other relevant professional experience, this course will give you the in-depth understanding and theoretical knowledge and skills you need to practice at an advanced level in child protection.

You’ll also develop the ability to critically appraise relevant health and social policy and to address ethical and professional issues.
Through these processes, you’ll be better equipped to appreciate the significance of societal responses to children and young people, and the circumstances that may endanger their welfare. The course will help you to evaluate the effectiveness of legislation, policies and procedures, and all measures designed to regulate child protection practice in a multi-agency environment, whether locally, nationally or internationally.

See the website http://www.napier.ac.uk/en/Courses/MSc-Advanced-Practice-in-Child-Protection-Postgraduate-Distance-Learning-part-time

What you'll learn

As a practitioner in the public domain of health and social care services, you are expected to be innovative, provide leadership and make an advanced contribution in your professional role. This course will enable you to do just that in your specialised area of practise.

You'll have the opportunity to develop skills in decision making, risk assessment, case management and supervision. You’ll also be given the tools to develop critical thinking skills, knowledge and application of research methods, and efficient approaches to time management, prioritisation and workload planning.

You will learn how to apply and analyse effective child protection practices using an evidence based approach, which will better equip you to facilitate effective practice within your organisation. The course will also enable you to apply your knowledge and skills to achieve advanced levels of practice and influence decision making at both local and strategic levels.

The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care is one of the largest in Scotland. We offer a supportive environment to encourage your personal and professional development. Based over three years, the course is conducted as a blended learning process, involving a combination of online study, independent study, and lectures, tutorials and workshops depending upon the particular module choices you make.

What you study

Year 1:
- Child Protection in Context
- Child Protection: Risk to Reality
- One option module

Year 2:
- Safeguarding within a Public Protection Agenda
- Research Methods
- One option module

Year 3:
- Dissertation

Study modules mentioned above are indicative only. Some changes may occur between now and the time that you study.

Careers

This award demonstrates your advanced level of study and understanding in child protection, providing you with the skills needed for a specialist post in child protection in a variety of strategic positions or move to a research-based role.

School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care of Nursing

The School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care of Nursing prepares its students for rewarding careers that enrich the practical world and help further nursing research.

The School is the only institution in Scotland to provide all fields of nursing practice and midwifery pre-registration programmes.

The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care is one of the largest providers of nursing and midwifery education in Scotland and a significant provider in the UK. Uniquely in Scotland, the School offers midwifery and all four fields of practice in nursing: adult, child health, mental health and learning disabilities.

The School also offers taught postgraduate courses in Advanced Practice, including non-medical prescribing, and other flexible routes to Masters level study and CPD.

The number of taught post-graduate students (both within the UK and international) is growing, as are the number of post-graduate research students. The School has a strong transnational education portfolio, with a number of successful programmes in countries such as Singapore and Hong Kong.

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Ensuring that children and vulnerable adults are kept safe from abuse is a vital component of health and social care. That's why our course offers the chance to analyse and evaluate the current state of theory, policy and practice in this area. Read more
Ensuring that children and vulnerable adults are kept safe from abuse is a vital component of health and social care. That's why our course offers the chance to analyse and evaluate the current state of theory, policy and practice in this area. You'll be encouraged to consider the nature of child welfare and safeguarding, putting a significant emphasis on anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory practice.

We will build on your existing learning experiences to provide a critical awareness of issues at the forefront of safeguarding policy and practice. Our flexible learning opportunities will enhance your professional knowledge and lead to big things in your future. Improve the level of care you can provide your clients by increasing your knowledge through our PgC degree.

Course outline

This course provides a stimulating and challenging academic environment for those wishing to advance their academic and professional development beyond undergraduate level. We incorporate a variety of blended learning and campus based activities explicitly designed to meet the needs of learners working in a range of contexts. Though we focus primarily on the UK, we do offer recourse into international approaches of safeguarding for the purpose of sharing good practice and critical comparison.

Graduate destinations

This course can lead to careers in social work, mental health contexts and the children's workforce.

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The Department of Social Work has a longstanding tradition of providing excellent social work education and training and has produced a wide range of research that has been highly influential in the development of social work practice. Read more
The Department of Social Work has a longstanding tradition of providing excellent social work education and training and has produced a wide range of research that has been highly influential in the development of social work practice.

The MSc Social Work is an accelerated programme for applicants who already have a first degree and want to embark on a career in social work; the course will fully prepare you for a professional career in the statutory or voluntary social care field.

This Masters degree runs in close partnership with local social care agencies and local authorities based in inner and outer London boroughs. The course is a combination of a taught and practice curriculum, where you will undertake two fieldwork placements in addition to the College-based teaching over the two years.

We welcome overseas and self-funding students.

See the website https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/socialwork/coursefinder/mscsocialwork.aspx

Why choose this course?

Students have said the following about this course:
- “Lectures are delivered by experienced practitioners and leaders in the Health and Social Care field.”

- “The teaching is of a high standard and lectures are interactive with opportunities for small group activity.”

- “Staff are enthusiastic, knowledgeable and professional.”

- "There is excellent support for mature students, especially those with childcare and family commitments.”

- “I am a final year student and proud to be a postgraduate student at Royal Holloway.”

Department research and industry highlights

Since its inception, the department has developed a reputation for delivering high quality research across a range of areas by engaging with matters of public concern. In the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 45% of the department’s quality profile was ranked 3-4*.

- A team of researchers in the department recently conducted a major study into leadership in health and social care services.

- Two members of staff are currently completing a small-scale study into decision-making in the field of child and family welfare.

- The department hosted the Centre for Trauma and Abuse studies and continues to maintain strong links with this centre.

- The department runs the most successful Graduate Diploma in Child and Family Studies in partnership with 28 London Boroughs and has been designated a Centre of Excellence.

Course content and structure

The MSc in Social Work is a two-year course that runs over two academic years, and is based at Royal Holloway’s Egham campus. The course is full time and students are expected to attend from 9am - 5pm, both in College and while on placement. The course integrates theory, research, policy and practice in social work, and the academic and practice programmes run concurrently.

- Course structure and organisation
In the first year you'll attend College four days a week during the first term. In the second term you are on placement (70 days) from Monday to Thursday and in College on Fridays. The placement continues in the third term. There are occasional block weeks on placement and Recall Days when you need to attend College.

In year two you'll attend College on Mondays and Tuesdays and are on placement (100 days) the rest of the time. Again there are occasional block weeks on placement and Recall Days when you need to attend College. Please see information about placements for more details regarding the practice element of the course.

- First year courses
Practice Learning 1: preparation for practice. .

Social Policy for Social Workers: gain an understanding of social policy issues related to social work.

Human behaviour in the social environment: gain knowledge about psychology in relation to working with service users.

Child observations: develop observation skills that are relevant to social work with all service user groups.

Theories and knowledge for Social Work practice: gain knowledge of theories and approaches used to understand how to work with service users.

Law for Social Work: learn about law relating to working with services users.

- Second year courses
Critical Social Work: issues relating to working with service users and about different service user groups e.g. adult and child safeguarding, assessments, working with asylum seekers, substance misuse, working with resistant service users.

Choose one of three optional seminars depending on your area of interest: mental health, child and family welfare or vulnerable adults.

Practice Learning 2 - critical reflection: students explore and reflect upon their practice in seminar groups.

Research methods: Students learn about research methods in preparation for their dissertation.

Understanding and working in organisations: learn about the legal obligations, structures and cultures within organisations and how these impact on policy, procedure and practice.

- Support
Students are provided with one to one support from: Academic Tutors, who'll support you throughout the course; Placement tutors and Practice Educators; Dissertation Supervisors in the second year.

Royal Holloway provides range of wider services that support students including the Educational Support Office, Student Financial Advisor, Counselling Services, Students’ Union and Careers Service.

On completion of the course graduates will have advanced knowledge of:
- sociology, psychology, social policy and law and their application to social work practice

- the contribution and application of social research to social work theories and practice

- the range of statutory, voluntary and private welfare organisations within social work agencies and in health, housing and educational environments

- the range of theories and methods needed for effective social work practice

- the social and individual origins of a typical range of problems presented to social care agencies

- values and ethics relevant to social work practice

- the significance of inequalities and difference in working with organisations and social service users

- the significance of cultural diversity and anti discriminatory practice in working with organisations and social service users.

Assessment

Assessment is carried out by a variety of methods including coursework, examinations, presentations and a dissertation. Students are also required to successfully complete one 70-day and one 100-day practice-learning placement.

Employability & career opportunities

The MSc in Social Work qualifies graduates for careers in statutory and voluntary social work. Qualified social workers can continue their professional/academic development through taught post-qualifying programmes or research opportunities within the department. This course also equips you with the subject knowledge and a solid foundation for continued PhD studies.

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Our MSc in Children and Young People’s Health and Wellbeing is an innovative, contemporary course unique to the University of Hertfordshire. Read more
Our MSc in Children and Young People’s Health and Wellbeing is an innovative, contemporary course unique to the University of Hertfordshire. Relevant, wide-reaching and multidisciplinary, it equips you with the advanced skills and understanding to make a real difference to children and their families.

We’ve created this new Master’s degree to appeal to anyone working with children and young people, across a whole range of settings, from healthcare to home. Whether you’re a teacher, carer, parent, healthcare practitioner, early years professional, children’s centre worker, youth centre worker or safeguarding specialist, it’s a hugely rewarding development opportunity.

Studying for a Master’s with such an exciting breadth and multidisciplinary approach also gives you the chance to explore relevant disciplines directly affecting younger people. The course is part of the University’s programme of postgraduate wellbeing courses and has strong links to the three other strands: mental health, social practice and intellectual and developmental disability.

Throughout your course you’ll learn alongside students on these other pathways, gaining insights into current thinking and practice. This encourages an interconnected, integrated approach to children and young people’s needs – something that’s becoming an increasingly important part of the way we view and work with children, families and carers today.

Course Structure

Here at Hertfordshire, you can study for your MSc in Children and Young People’s Health and Wellbeing part time, on a modular basis. This flexibility makes it a great choice if you’re fitting your studies around your career and other commitments.

Most of our students complete their MSc in two to six years, but there are opportunities to finish earlier, with alternative qualifications:
-Postgraduate Certificate in Wellbeing: 60 completed credits
-Postgraduate Diploma in Wellbeing: 120 completed credits
-MSc Children and Young People’s Health and Wellbeing: 180 completed credits

Why choose this course?

-Take a unique, highly relevant Master’s degree that develops you professionally, personally, intellectually and academically
-Tackle a subject of growing global importance and make a real difference to children, young people, families and carers
-Advance your career, whether you’re working in healthcare, education, childcare, children’s centres, youth centres or child-focused departments and agencies
-Gain valuable experience of inter-professional practice as part of a diverse, multidisciplinary student community

Careers

We’ve created this rewarding Hertfordshire Master’s to give you advanced skills, practical experience and powerful insights into the health and wellbeing of children and young people.

If you’re developing your existing career in healthcare, education, childcare, safeguarding or welfare, you’ll graduate with a respected, contemporary Master’s qualification and the experience you need to make real career progress. If you’re new to this field, your Master’s will open up career possibilities in all of these settings and demonstrate a real commitment to your specialism.

Teaching methods

Our inspiring academic team has a huge amount of academic and professional experience in children and young people’s health and wellbeing. Together, they’ll support you in developing a deeper knowledge of this rewarding subject, using a whole range of teaching methods.

You’ll learn through lectures, tutorials and masterclasses, as well as flipped classroom approaches, which see you preparing for each session online so your classroom experience can be more interactive and dynamic. We also run sessions in high-tech exemplar classrooms where you’ll be able to learn about integrated working through practical group exercises.

As part of your course you’ll study independently too, conducting research, studying online, watching videos and using discussion boards to debate ideas with fellow students. Through our StudyNet online learning portal, you can access your course materials, contact your tutors and work with your peers whenever and wherever you like.

You’ll also be able to use our attractive, on-campus Learning Resources Centres 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They have extensive collections of recommended and related books, journals and digital resources, as well as around 1,200 computers and a team of expert advisors who can help you find what you need.

Structure

Optional Modules
-Care and Assessment of the Acutely Ill Child
-Care and Assessment of the Acutely Ill Child
-Concepts and Theories of Wellbeing
-Dissertation
-Integrated Working for Children and Young Peoples Health and Wellbeing
-Integrating Research with Professional Practice
-Safeguarding : Working with Risk and Opportunity

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