University of South Wales
Community and Partnerships
Data analysis, community consultation and other methods are needed to ensure that resources achieve maximum effect, while engaging with communities in delivery. This flexible qualification is for professionals who require specific training and development to meet the challenges of such an approach. You will study this award by a combination of lectures, tutorials and discussion groups. Your learning will be supported by the course team, textbooks and related documents supplied by the university, supplemented by access to resources held on the university�s online learning system, assisting home study.
Usually an undergraduate Honours degree in an appropriate area, or evidence by portfolio of professional competence. Applicants may also be subject to interview.
Modules include: Problem-orientated partnerships; community safety; researching contemporary issues; neighbourhood analysis and performance; strategic partnerships; violent extremism and terrorism; community issues.
Assessments will be work-based, including critical essays and reflections on discussion groups.
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