• LevelLevel 5
  • FT/PTHE
  • Duration2 years
  • Awarding bodyThe Open University

Overview

This course aims to produce graduates who possess a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of work with children, young people and their communities.

The core educational aim of the programme is the formation of practitioner skills and knowledge to enable graduates to work with children and young people. Successful students may choose to progress to the BA (Hons) Youth, Childhood and Community Studies, a one year top-up programme also delivered at the College, to gain a full honours degree award.

Course Information

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For more information call Course Information on
01642 333333 or email courseinfo@mbro.ac.uk.

Modules offered may vary.

Year 1 modules include:

  • Policy in Practice
  • Supporting Social and Emotional Development in Youth and Childhood 
  • Contemporary Social Issues Facing Children and Young People
  • Understanding Approaches to Learning
  • Working Practice for Youth and Community Settings

Year 2 modules include:

  • Ethics, Values and Beliefs
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Using Data
  • Participation and Inclusion for Individuals with Additional Needs
  • Practice based approaches to Integrated Working

September- July

Entry requirements

You must be able to demonstrate a good level of English and maths and have access to 120 hours (as a minimum) working in a relevant organisation that provides services for children/young people aged from 5 -25 years of age (paid or voluntary). Suitable placements include schools, colleges, youth centres and family support projects.

A mentor in the placement is also required to support the student with the WBL modules. You must be committed to being professional and attend a professional discussion prior to joining the programme.

You must also complete a successful Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS check).

The programme runs over one day per week, plus 120 hours per year in the work setting.

The course comprises of working groups, lectures, seminars and substantial work-based learning. 

You are assessed by presentations, essays and a portfolio.

Fees payable directly to Middlesbrough College, £6,300 per year.

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