BA (Hons) Additional Needs and Disabilities (Children and Young People) (Top-up)

BA (Hons) Additional Needs and Disabilities (Children and Young People) (Top-up)


On completion of the FdA Childhood and Youth Studies, this programme will suit aspiring students who are looking for a career in, or are already working, with children and young people with additional needs and disabilities.

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Key facts

  • Start date: September 2024
  • Duration: 1 Year Full-Time, or 2 Years Part-Time
  • Location: Melton
  • Fees: £7600 per year

Your future

This will enable progressing students to further develop skills and understanding in working with and supporting children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, and their families.

Students will be offered the ability to gain insight into many of the disciplines associated with supporting children and young people with additional needs and disabilities including legal frameworks, inclusion and rights, current issues and events and creativity in practice.

This course is committed to employability and career management and will develop knowledge and understanding required for a range of careers in this field with a specific module linked to developing strong professional practice, effective leadership and management skills.

To support this, students will be encouraged to develop their individual interests through subject specific research dissertation, with the course providing a strong base for students to continue into further study at Master’s level.

Entry requirements

TBC

Modules

  • Dissertation
  • Legal Framework, Inclusion and Rights
  • Current Issues and Events
  • Creativity in Practice
  • Effective Leadership and Management

Work-Based Practice

Students are to be in paid employment or voluntary work for a minimum of two days per week in an appropriate setting for the duration of the course.


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