Theories Informing Systematic Practice with Families and Couples
Lectures (30 hours) | Seminars / Tutorials (50 hours) | Project work (20 hours) | Self study time (50 hours)
Systemic Practice with Families and Couples
Lectures (0 hours) | Seminars / Tutorials (60 hours) | Project work (100 hours) | Self study time (140 hours)
Lectures (0 hours) | Seminars / Tutorials (0 hours) | Field/lab/studio/ supervised learning (120 hours) | Project work (20 hours) | Self study time (10 hours)
Personal and Professional Development
Lectures (0 hours) | Seminars / Tutorials (25 hours) | Project work (75 hours) | Self study time (50 hours)
Contact time is based on 30 academic weeks. Typically, one credit equates to 10 hours of work. To meet accreditation requirements, students are required to accumulate 60 hours of clinical practice during the course and acquire 10 hours of clinical supervision arranged by the student.
We will use a delivery method that will ensure students have a rich, exciting experience from the start. Face to face teaching will be complemented and supported with innovative technology so that students also experience elements of digital learning and assessment.
Our teaching staff are the same across the PG Cert and the MSc. Many students choose to apply for the MSc after they graduate, so there will be plenty of familiar faces.
You’ll be taught by clinicians with years of experience in their areas of practice. Many are active researchers – our Faculty has particular expertise in eating disorders.
As well as King’s staff, we regularly bring in outside experts to deliver lectures. That means you’ll hear the latest thinking from real specialists in each subject area.