Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Graduate Diploma - Greenwich - Greater London - University of Greenwich - I28396

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Applicants should be working with children and young people and will normally possess a first professional qualification to diploma or degree level in social work, teaching, nursing or youth work. Additionally students should have at least one year's post-qualifying practice experience and have been working with children for at least six months
  • Academic title
    Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Graduate Diploma
  • Course description
    The programme provides the opportunity for practitioners who work with children and families to develop both their skills and knowledge in the area of child and adolescent mental health. In conjunction with academic staff and their manager or identified mentor, students select one of a number of different routes of study that allow them to develop areas of specialism.

    Each of the courses of study may be applied for separately, and credits gained can be utilised at a later date towards the Graduate Diploma.

    Courses

    All routes

        * Child and Adolescent Mental Health
        * Work-based Learning Project

    Options

    Generic route

        * Domestic Violence
        * Working with Families: A Systemic Approach
        * Introduction to Behavioural Interventions for Children
        * Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
        * Developing a Portfolio for Practice

    Behavioural Interventions route

        * Introduction to Behavioural Interventions for Children
        * Behavioural Interventions with Children
        * Specialist Practice in Behavioural Interventions

    Child Protection route

        * Child Protection
        * Domestic Violence

    Therapeutics Interventions route

        * Working with Families: A Systemic Approach
        * Other options chosen from:
              o Introduction to Behavioural Interventions for Children
              o Behavioural Interventions with Children
              o Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
              o Developing a Portfolio for Practice

    Career Options

    Enhanced career progression within tiers one to four of the child and adolescent mental health services. The programme provides the basis for further specialisation within all professions that work with children and families in the health, social care and education fields

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