Awarded TEF Silver award.

Course Snapshot

Associate Professor Sue Cooper - Course Leader

"In your first year you will explore the nature of youth & community work and gain an understanding of the key concepts and be able to apply this in practice over 250 hours on placement. During year two you will learn about groupwork, project management and how politics affects youth and community work, again applying this in practice across a 12 week block placement. In the third year you will develop expertise through your own research project, optional specialist modules and by looking at the current debates around how youth and community work is changing, preparing you to go out there to make a difference!"

2015 Youth & Community 3

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