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Community Youth Work

This course provides knowledge, skills, understanding and reflective practice in the field of community youth work and an opportunity to gain a professional qualification in the area.

The course has three main aims:

• To develop effective professional practitioners in community youth work

• To challenge, develop and engage critically in issues that relate to the field of community youth work through informed and innovative methods of teaching and learning

• To enhance the professional skills and employability of community youth workers.

Students normally have to be in full-time, paid employment. The course is professionally recognised by the North South Education and Training Standards (NSETS) committee, the professional body for youth work practitioners in Ireland.

As a qualified Community Youth Worker you will be equipped to undertake key roles in opportunities across the statutory and community and voluntary sectors.

Further enquiries

Contact
Admissions
Bridget Madden
T: +44 (0)28 7167 5442
E: b.madden@ulster.ac.uk

Dr Breda Friel
T: +44 (0)28 7167 5765
E: bn.friel@ulster.ac.uk

Enrolment and start dates

Year of entry: 2020/21

Postgraduate Information Session 11 March 2020
Register at: ulster.ac.uk/pg-information-events

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