This course reflects the resulting high demand for well-trained professional practitioners, and is tailored to prepare you for the employment market.
Employment options following graduation are varied. You may decide to focus on community, social or family support work, choosing professions such as a parent support worker, a professional supporting young children with additional needs and their families, a professional working in an inclusion team within a school, a role within the charitable sector. You could also apply the skills you learn to other areas of the public and private sectors.
In addition, you may wish to choose a pathway to further study and training. Opportunities include programmes such as a Masters degree in Social Work or Educational Psychology, Postgraduate Certificate in Education or Schools Direct.