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Advanced Child Protection (Distance Learning) - PCert, PDip, MA
Our Advanced Child Protection MA is a distance learning programme which runs on a part-time basis for two years. It provides practitioners with the knowledge, skills and confidence to take a child-centred...Read more
Why study this course?
Supported by the internationally renowned Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit, the masters in Woman and Child Abuse provides a solid grounding in theoretical frameworks, policy...Read more
About Postgraduate Child Protection in South East England
Child protection is an important element within social work, focusing on taking action to prevent children from coming to harm through abuse, mistreatment, environmental health hazards, neglect or a lack of care.
With a strong theoretical and practical background, child protection workers collaborate with other branches of the social and health services to work with children, families and authorities across a range of settings.
Postgraduate students of child protection can build an in-depth knowledge of contemporary policy and practice, as well as conduct research that drives progress in their field.