Youth & Community: Community Essentials

Youth & Community: Community Essentials

This course will help you to examine the historical development of youth and community work and ministry, including current issues and policies; explore methodologies and styles of youth and community work and ministry; identify curriculum models; develop an awareness of political and theological perspectives on youth and community; and gain an understanding of the professional standards expected in the National Occupational Standards and professional validation bodies.

Times and Dates

  • Every Tuesday from 29th September – 15 December, 2020. 15:40pm – 17:20m
  • No classes on the 3rd November for Reading & Research Week

Fees

£90 For the joy of learning (Audit- no coursework, just participate in the class).

£360 Including coursework and credit

£225 Taster Unit including coursework and credit

Location This class will be run online through videoconferencing

Course Code ST4105 (Undergraduate)

Course Lecturer Alia Pike

Alia graduated from Goldsmiths College, University of London and moved Salford to work for a local Authority Youth Service.  Alia has over 20 years of Youth Work experience in both the statutory and community sector as well as currently volunteering at her church.

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