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A Foundation Degree in Therapeutic Work With Children and Young People

We are taking applications now for this two-year course for child-care professionals working in education, care and health services. The degree is accredited through the University of West of England.

The closing date is 6th June. You can find full details about the course here.

 


3 Responses to A Foundation Degree in Therapeutic Work With Children and Young People

  1. Beth Staite June 29, 2017 at 21:08 #

    I am a TA (level 3) working 30 hours a week in a secondary mainstream school. I support ASD students and students with SEMH problems. I am looking to expand my knowledge and would like to see if I can apply for your Therapeutic Work with Children & Young People. Can you please as advise as if you are still accepting peoe on this cause?

    • Hugo Pickering June 30, 2017 at 10:12 #

      If you are interested in this course, please email Dave Roberts (droberts@mulberrybush.org.uk). Thank you.

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