About the course
This course is mainly for experienced youth and community development work practitioners seeking to further develop their knowledge and understanding of their practice and the rapidly changing contexts in which they work.
It is also suitable for staff in local government, health services, voluntary and not for profit sector, and NGOs who use group work, informal learning, outreach and community work as part of their role; particularly those working with young people and adults often labelled as ‘hard to reach’.
The course attracts professionals worldwide from a variety of settings, including; parenting education, youth work, children’s centres, sexual health, drug abuse, housing and homelessness, youth offending, disability, mental health, community development and domestic violence.
The course facilitates the development of innovative, progressive practitioners able to engage reflectively with concepts and practices of social justice and equality
- Tailor your learning relevant to your career interests
- Opportunities to study full-time or flexible part-time, largely via flexible distance learning alongside work makes this course particularly attractive to qualified practitioners and international students
- We have an international reputation in the field, with 55 years’ professional training experience and international work
- Our experienced practitioner and research-based staff, and diverse range of practice-related modules, enable you to achieve planned change through the process of education, development and practice orientated research - ensuring your learning is relevant to current practice and initiatives
- Achieve planned change and increase your employment opportunities
Online chat: Thursday 26 March 2015, 3-7pm
Speak to current students about studying postgraduate courses at DMU.
Click on the image below between 3-7pm to open a chat window. We look forward to chatting with you.