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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Centre for Career and Personal Development recruiting for all courses

The Centre for Career and Personal Development at CCCU is currently recruiting for a wide range of courses in career guidance and allied work.

The Centre offers courses in careers work at every level, from the Certificate in Careers Education and Guidance for careers co-ordinators and the MA in Career Guidance for those wishing to join the Guidance profession. 
For those wanting to study from home, the Centre offers an option of some home and some University study in a ’blended’ course in Career Coaching.  There is also the full ‘e-learning’ option of studying for the Certificate in Career Guidance and Development solely online. 
Recent graduates from the MA in Career Guidance celebrating their success

Hazel Reid, Centre Director said:
“We are proud of the quality of the courses we teach here – together with first class staff, a lively careers community and excellent facilities.  We welcome enquiries from anyone interested in finding out more.” 

Jane Westergaard, Course Director for the Foundation Degree in Supporting Young People, said:  “We teach this innovative course at locations in London, Essex and Kent.  It is a really effective way for non-traditional learners to get themselves a degree based on the work that they do every day with young people.  They study part-time and it gives people a way in to a qualification that fits with their everyday work environment.” 
This programme leads on to the full BA Honours Degree in Supporting Young People after a further year’s study.  Alison Fielding, Programme Director, said:
“It is great seeing people progress in their academic life.  Students in their BA year have the opportunity to undertake a research project and to write about their findings.  There is always an exciting variety of topics that the students choose to research.”
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