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Evidence Based Parenting Programmes Supervision & Leadership PGDip

Learn about the course below
Code
TBC
Start
October 2017
Duration
1 year full-time
Usually 2 years part-time
Attendance
Full-time
Part-time
Fees
£6,560 (UK/EU)
£9,800 (INT)
Course leader
Sarah Lewis-Brooke

Why study PG Dip in Evidence Based Parenting - Supervision & Leadership at Middlesex University?

The PG Dip in Evidence Based Parenting (EBPP) - Supervision & Leadership provides student's with the necessary knowledge and skills to supervise individuals delivering EBPPs. This programme, the first of its kind, has emerged from our expertise in EBPPs in partnership with Save the Children. Middlesex University currently holds the UK licence to train and deliver FAST (Families and Schools Together), a EBPP.

The PG Dip comprises three modules:

(1) Exploring Evidence Based Parenting Programmes;

(2) Professional supervision for public and community services;

(3) Building and Leading EBPP Teams: Supervision and Leadership in Practice.

As a student of this course you'll receive a free electronic textbook for every module.

The modules give students the opportunity to acquire mastery of the knowledge and skills required for a supervisor of a evidence based parenting programme. The three modules are interconnected and build incrementally. Aimed at practitioners who have experience of working with children and families and experience of supervising others in such a setting, this new Award will provide an overarching curricula on the 'generic' supervision/leadership' theories, practices, and approaches embedded and associated with the successful delivery of EBPPs. Students will be offered the opportunity of applying this knowledge within a 'specific EBPP' programme e.g. FAST, Triple P, Strengthening Families 10-14, as part of the course.

It is anticipated that students undertaking this Award would seek to undertake the 'practice/intern component' within their preferred EBPP. To this end, applicants to the programme would need to secure agreement with the EBPP as part of their application process.

What will you study on Evidence Based Parenting Programmes Supervision & Leadership PGDip?

  • Exploring Evidence Based Parenting Programmes (30 credits)
  • Professional supervision for public and community services (30 credits)
  • Building and Leading EBPP Teams: Supervision and Leadership In Practice (60 credits)

You can find more information about this course in the programme specification. Module and programme information is indicative and may be subject to change.

  1. UK & EU
  2. International
  3. How to apply
  1. UK & EU
  2. International

Students who successfully complete the course will graduate with a Post Graduate Diploma.

The course will help to validate and certify the students’ existing roles and experience, thus providing opportunities for progression within their field and potential further study such as Work Based Learning (WBL) Masters and Mprof/Dprof programmes of study.

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