Working with Gangs and Youth Violence Level 3

In Birmingham

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    NVQ

  • Location

    Birmingham

  • Duration

    36 Weeks

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

Overview
This course is focused at people working in violent and gang-related environments and aims to provide an effective, functional approach to delivering relevant services. It is run in conjunction with the Open College Network West Midlands.
You will be trained to develop a professional approach to understanding youth violence and gang culture, which will help you interact better with people in different gangs and gang-related environments.
Why should I choose this course?
No academic qualifications are needed to secure a place on this course
It is a nationally and internationally recognised course
You will learn the skills needed to respond to gangs and serious youth violence
Completion of this course will give you the opportunity to progress onto a number of UCB’s degree courses

Facilities

Location

Starts

Birmingham (West Midlands)
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Summer Row, B3 1JB

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

Entry requirements While there is no academic requirement for this course, applicants must demonstrate an interest in working in gang-related environments. Students must be aged 18 and over to secure a place on this course.

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2018

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Subjects

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Course programme

What will I study?
You will cover a series of modules including:
National policy framework for working with youth violence and gangs
Interpersonal communication skills in complex youth environments
Safe working with young people at risk
Mental health and working with youth violence
Youth marginalisation and its impact
Social psychological perspectives for working in violent youth and gang-impacted environments
Social factors that contribute to the development of violent youth and gang-impacted environments
Exit strategies from gangs
Your study programme
In addition to your part-time course every student has an individual study programme which ensures that you develop the right skills and experience to progress onto either higher education or gain employment. What’s included in your individual study programme will vary depending on what you have already achieved and your career aspirations.
For example; if you haven’t yet achieved GCSE grade 4 (grade C) in English and maths at 16 you will continue to study these by resits or by taking Functional Skills at an appropriate level. Achieving a good level of English and maths is important so that you can compete in today’s labour market and securing the career you’ve always wanted.

Additional information

Teaching and assessment Assessment is designed to be accessible and inclusive. The methods of assessment are rigorous and suit both individuals and groups of learners. Our teaching and assessment is underpinned by our Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy 2015-2020.

Working with Gangs and Youth Violence Level 3

Price on request