Public Services are a constantly changing, dynamic environment and for those working within the Public Services the demands are high. This course has been developed collaboratively by practitioners and academics to enhance the knowledge, understanding and skills required to work effectively within multi-Agency teams whether from a statutory organisation, the voluntary sector or a charity. Aimed at personal and professional development for current professionals in the field of multi-agency partnership working and as a natural progression for graduates in policing, law, criminology, sociology or health.
The course team have between them considerable academic and practical experience of multi-agency working and are actively involved in development and research in this area working closely with a variety of agencies in the statutory, voluntary and charitable sectors.
The course has been developed collaboratively with the agencies involved in early Action Partnerships.
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT
Facilities include an outstanding, modern HYDRA immersive learning centre, modern teaching rooms an extensive library and student learning zone. Module assessments are undertaken by means of coursework, workshops, projects, examination and dissertation.
The course is taught using a combination of lectures, practical's and self-directed study to understand the complexity of relationships, pressures and incentives within a multi-agency partnership. The course is delivered and taught by experienced academics, former and current practitioners.
If you are interested in applying for this course, our comprehensive How to Apply pages will guide you through the process. Here at UCLan, our aim is to encourage you to develop your potential and we offer a flexible approach to admissions, which reflects our commitment to all those who would benefit from our courses.
-To equip students with the knowledge and practical skills to understand Multi- Agency partnership working drawing on appropriate theory to synthesise and test potential solutions. -To develop personal and analytical skills involving the principles, practices and techniques relevant to Multi Agency Partnership Working. -Design, plan and implement solutions to problems in Multi Agency Partnerships and be capable of analysing the potential effectiveness of such solutions. -To provide an opportunity for the students to plan and evaluate a Multi-Agency Partnership related project. -To develop the students’ critical thinking skills, communication and self-management skills to a level appropriate to post-graduate students