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  • Entry requirements
    Standard Entry Applicants must be elibible for UKCP registration as a family therapist.
  • Academic Title
    Systemic Practice (Teaching, Training and Supervision) (Postgraduate Diploma/MA in)
  • Course description
    COURSE INFORMATION
    The Postgraduate Framework has been set up to be flexible to suit the specific needs of the individual student. Programmes can be taken on a full- or part-time basis and can be tailored to meet your personal requirements.

    Programmes within the Framework can be studied to Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma, Masters level or even individual modules can be selected for a shorter period of study that could enhance personal and professional development.

    This is a joint delivery/development between Northumbria and Kensington Consultation Centre Foundation (KCC).

    It is also approved by the Association for Family Therapy (AFT) and fully meets its criteria for training systemic supervisors.

    The programme covers all aspects of systemic supervision, including training, management and maintenance of professional standards. Students will combine study for the AFT Award of Diploma in Systemic Teaching, Training and Supervision (DSTTS) with the completion of a dissertation in this area of practice in order to obtain the Masters award.

    Only students who already have a Masters degree in Systemic Practice or Family Therapy may undertake the DSTTS. Students who successfully complete the award will have their names forwarded to KCC for inclusion in the Register of Systemic Supervisors.

    The programme equips students with the advanced level skills to:

    Develop reflective artistry in their participation and creation of ethical contexts for learning and therapeutic practice.

    Develop advanced abilities in using a wide repertoire of supervisory methods and techniques.

    Critically and appreciatively use theories from systemic supervision, adult learning and research in creating, sustaining and evaluating their supervisory and training practices.

    Students may be offered supervisory practice on the Family Therapy and Systemic Practice Programme currently running at the University. Alternatively, students may find supervisory opportunities in their own agencies. Students will be given ‘supervision of their supervision’ by a Programme Tutor.

    Successful graduates go on to work in supervisory roles in a range of family therapy environments.

    MODULE INFORMATION
    Year 1 Modules

    CC0037 Dissertation (CORE, 60 Credits)

    SW0700 Practitioner & Supervisor: Distinctions & Connections (CORE, 20 Credits)

    SW0702 TRAINING, PRACTICE AND EDUCATIONAL GRAMMAR (CORE, 20 Credits)
    Year 2 Modules

    CC0037 Dissertation (CORE, 60 Credits)

    SW0701 Reflexive Processes in the Practices of Learning (CORE, 20 Credits)

    COURSEWORK AND ASSESSMENT
    Students will be assessed by written assignments, observation of supervision practice and the production of a thesis.

    ACCREDITATION
    This course is approved by the Association for Family Therapy and fully meets its criteria for training systemic supervisors.

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