If you are an experienced and qualified practitioner, this Masters in Systemic Youth Work will provide a space for you to reflect and think about the changes taking place in children and young people’s services.
The programme offers you a real opportunity to systematically engage with the changes which are impacting on the qualified practitioners, who often find themselves in very different professional settings to the ones they qualified for
You will be required to have either:An honours degree at 2:2 or above in a relevant subject, or a B.Phil in Youth and Community Work, plus at least one year’s professional experience in working with young people – for example in Youth and Community Work, Education, Connexions, Social Work, Youth Offending, Play Work or Health Promotion At least three years experience in working with young people in a youth work related field and a relevant professional qualification, plus evidence of ongoing professional development
Recipient: University of Worcester
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