Signed up yet?

Have you signed up for the the Open University’s postgraduate module Critical Practice with Children and Young People (K802)? The next presentation of the module begins in October 2011 and runs until June 2012 – and it’s not too late to register.

If you work with children and/or young people, of any age, in any sector (education, social work, early years, youth work, health, etc) and you’re looking for a stimulating distance learning course that will help you to move on in your career, and enhance your knowledge, understanding and skills – then K802 is for you.

If you register, you’ll study a multimedia package that includes print, online and audiovisual materials. You’ll have the support of a tutor, and be able to network online with people from around the UK – and beyond.

If you want to find out more, and get instructions on how to sign up, follow this link.  If you want a flavour of the module, why not watch our short Youtube video? And feel free to scroll through earlier posts on this blog Рto learn about the module components, and some of the issues covered by K802.

We hope to welcome you on K802 in October.

About Martin Robb

K802 Team Chair; Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Open University
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2 Responses to Signed up yet?

  1. Sarah says:

    I really loved the opportunity to study alongside practitioners from different areas and disciplines… and it gave me excellent opportunities for reflecting on my own practice!
    Sarah (K802 10J)

  2. Martin Robb says:

    Thanks for the comment, Sarah. Glad you enjoyed K802. We agree that the diversity of professional backgrounds among K802 students is one of the real benefits of studying the module. Best wishes for the exam results!

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