- Wrexham University
- All Wales
- LL11 2AA
- Flexible delivery through a blended learning approach, with a residential experience at the beginning of each semester. This is followed by online learning and face-to-face support with tutors as required, allowing you to study alongside work and home commitments.
- Develop the knowledge and core skills for youth work practice and informal education that are transferable to work with children, young people and adults in a range of different settings.
- The course has added value, with opportunities for continuing professional development and additional practical training opportunities.
- Learn and gain experience during 300 hours of supervised fieldwork practice, with a placement in each year of your programme. This can be taken in the UK or internationally, e.g. with a part-funded European placement.
- Develop skills in teamwork, positive communication, working with groups and individuals, reflective practice and leading others.
- Option to tailor your learning to suit your specialist area of practice and interests through negotiated learning and research.