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North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College

Working with Young People and Communities

UCAS Code: WCYP

Foundation Degree - FD

Entry requirements


A level

C,C,C

Access to HE Diploma

D:15,M:15,P:15

or a total of 45 credit at Merit

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

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entry requirements on request

UCAS Tariff

240

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

This course will provide an accredited qualification and an opportunity for continuing professional development both for workers with a wealth of experience and those who are looking to establish themselves in the field of Youth and Community Practice. It offers a transformative learning experience with the opportunity to understand and develop practice underpinned by relevant theory. Students will discuss, analyse and explore issues relating to both young people and community development work. Graduates have progressed into a range of careers in sectors such as education, youth work, youth justice, plus many more.

**Course cost: £5950 per year
Duration: 2 Years
Credit Value: 240**

**Course Units**
Year 1

Perspectives on Practice
Professional Context
Applied Social Science
Policy, Principles and Values

Year 2

Research Proposals
Community in Context
Identity and Issue Based Work
Negotiation and Management

**Entry Requirements
64 UCAS Points**

**Course Assessment**
Throughout the programme there is a variety of assessment such as, group assignments, case studies, presentations, individual assignments, individual reflective assignments and creation of a product.

**Progression Opportunities**
Students who have graduated with a Foundation Degree in Working with Communities and Young People (level 5) will be able to complete a BA Honours (level 6) in Working with Integrated Service for Children and Young People (In partnership with University of West London ) or BA Honours (Level 6) Working with Communities and Young People (In partnership with De-Montfort University)

**Additional Costs and Information**
Students are expected to have 6 hours in practice either paid or voluntary
Appropriate placement will be discussed during the interview
Student’s induction will take at De-Montfort University
All Students will be enrolled at NWHC and DMU. This offers a wide range of facilities such as library at both campuses. Online library and resources through my DMU and Moodle.

**www.nwslc.ac.uk
0330 058 3000
[email protected]**

Tuition fees

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England
£5,950
per year
EU
£5,950
per year
Northern Ireland
£5,950
per year
Scotland
£5,950
per year
Wales
£5,950
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Nuneaton Campus

Department:

Nuneaton Campus

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