Child Centred Interprofessional Practice Foundation Degree FdA: Course features
What this course offers you
This course is suitable for people who work with children, young people and families, and are committed to interprofessional practice in:
special educational needs coordination;
youth work; or
the private, voluntary, maintained, independent and third sectors of the children's workforce.
The course is underpinned by the Every Child Matters (2004) agenda and The Common Core of Skills and Knowledge (2005). It has been developed in collaboration with strategic managers and practitioners in Local Authorities and the private, voluntary, maintained, independent and third sectors.
It is delivered by an interdisciplinary and multi-professional team, making full use of the different professional experiences and skills of the people taking the courses.
The programme can lead to employment directly within children's services or in children's centres and can be used to access new and emerging roles in the children's workforce.
The School of Education at Kingston University is consistently rated among the top education departments in the country by the Guardian UK University league tables.
We design our courses in collaboration with local authorities, schools, colleges and other educational organisations. This ensures you will keep up to date with the latest developments and initiatives.
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