PG Certificate Q&A Session

The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice is hosting a live webinar about its Postgraduate Certificate on Children and Conflict with the Law, delivered in conjunction with the University of Strathclyde.

A new delivery of this course will commence in January 2024. This exciting part-time course was developed by CYCJ to provide a professional postgraduate qualification for those who wish to improve outcomes for children and young people in conflict with the law, or in danger of coming into conflict with the law. As a fully online, part-time course, it offers you the flexibility to enhance your knowledge, skills and continued professional development whilst maintaining existing professional and personal commitments.

At this webinar, CYCJ’s Carole Murphy and Maureen Roberts will give an overview of the course – including the benefits for you and your workplace, how it will work, why it matters, and what it can lead to.

Why should you apply?

  • You’ll gain a critical and theoretically informed understanding of the issues surrounding the rights of children and young people in conflict with the law and their developmental pathways, assessment, formulation, and intervention approaches
  • You’ll develop your knowledge with a plethora of online resources
  • Live online seminars will offer the chance to consolidate learning and get support with assignments
  • You’ll have access to a range of dedicated tutors, and first-class tuition from a range of world-leading experts.

This live event will give you the opportunity to ask questions and find out if the course is right for you. It is open to anyone who’d like to attend. 

This online Q&A session will take place from 12:00 – 13:00 on September 14th 2023. 

CLICK HERE to sign up for your place. 

Contact Us

Children's and Young People's Centre for Justice
University of Strathclyde
Lord Hope Building, Level 6
141 St. James Road Glasgow G4 0LT

(0141) 444 8622

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