Foundation degrees are work-based, higher education qualifications that have been designed to enhance and broaden your professional knowledge and give you the opportunities to develop, progress and gain recognition of skills in a formal qualification and can lead to an honours degree following completion of a one-year top-up course.
The programmes have been developed in the multi-agency context. They are suited to people who support children and families in a wide range of integrated services including social, health care, education, voluntary, probation, charity, young offender, early years, child care and youth services.
Choose from the following foundation degree courses below to find out more: Supporting Children and Families in Social Contexts, Supporting Early Years, and Supporting Learning and Additional Needs.
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