This course is suitable if you want a JNC-approved qualification or if you are working in a community or education setting working predominantly with young people.
You will be taught to reflect on your role as a practitioner, asked to question and critically evaluate your professional role and create an environment where knowledge transfer and skills develop is encouraged.
The fieldwork practice arrangements required for this course will include two periods of supervised fieldwork practice, which will be 592 hours in total. In line with the National Youth Agency criteria, at least 148 of these 592 hours will be in an alternative practice context. The experience will be in two locations and 50% of the committed time will be with young people in the 13-19 age group. The total number of fieldwork practice hours will be equally divided over the course duration.
Why should I choose this course?
You will develop your professional career in youth work and community as you specialise in this rewarding area. You will be given a choice of specialist modules that allow you to customise your degree to suit your career aspirations. You will learn advanced techniques for research and communication and how to apply them to the industry. You will learn a variety of industry approaches around social justice, management and personal and professional change. You will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of industry trends from a variety of perspectives.
An undergraduate degree or equivalent (ideally in the social sciences, humanities or arts areas, such as sociology, sports and leisure management, mentoring, education, theology or psychology). You must also be working in a suitable youth or community work setting, in a paid or voluntary capacity.UCB's standard English language requirement for Postgraduate study will apply (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent).
Recipient: University College Birmingham
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