The course will critically analyse, question, interpret and evaluate the effectiveness of interprofessional practice when working with children and young people (0'19 years). Research, theory and practice, together with case studies (local, national and international), provide a basis for analysis and discussion. It aims to meet the needs of practitioners working with children, families and young people in any profession and is designed to facilitate an integrated workforce that can communicate and work effectively across boundaries of health, education, business, family law, the youth justice system and health social care.
Modules include: Different professions and their practice; child development (0'19 years); safeguarding children; working together; research methodology; leading and managing in different multi'professional environments; law and ethics; inclusive practice; dissertation.
Course Additional Entry
A 1st degree in a relevant area; and practitioner experience at an appropriate level in a relevant field; applicants whose 1st degree is not English require Academic IELTS of 6.5 overall.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|MA (Postgraduate)||£6,400 Academic year. First year overseas fees|
|MA (Postgraduate)||£2,400 Academic year. First year home fees|