Children's CPD Module - Promoting Anti-oppressive and Inclusive Practice
To apply for this module please register your Expression of Interest before the 17th May 2019.
Note: This module is delivered at the Sussex Innovation Centre, Croydon
A 30 Masters credit level module - aims to further social workers’ skills for working with diversity, and enable them to develop more inclusive practices that promote social change, human rights, social cohesion and empowerment.
Respect for diversity and a commitment to anti-oppressive practice are core values in the social work profession, but practitioners continue to struggle with this area of their work - in part because of the wide range of issues and experiences faced by the children, young people and families they encounter.
Wednesday 13 November 2019
Wednesday 11 March 2020
Teaching on this module emphasises the importance of integrating
theory, research, and practice skills in order to conceptualise the variety
of issues experienced by children and young people.
You will also develop your critical and reflective thinking skills
regarding your own cultural beliefs and values.
Learning takes place through large group lectures, workshops,
small group discussion and independent study.
You will be taught by University of Sussex faculty with additional input
from experts outside the University.
This module has an emphasis on:
- Integrating theoryresearch and practice skills
- Human rights
- Theories of social cohesion
- Anti-oppressive practice and intersectionality
- Working with transgender children
- Working with care leavers becoming parents
- Using deprivation of liberty assessments with young people
A learner contract applies to this module. The contract states that you may be asked to repay course fees if you do not complete the module or if you cease employment with the Council within one year of completing the module. You must sign the contract in order to be allocated a place on the module.Please complete and return the attached learner contract and application form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the module.
Children's Services / Children's Services (B&HCC)
University of Sussex, Room TBC by the University, Falmer