University Advanced Diploma UADip Autism: Practice Development

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Duration Full-time, 1 Year
Start date September
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There is a practical focus to the programme which allows students to develop projects aimed to enhance the lives of people on the autism spectrum; recognising and challenging attitudes and barriers to change. Guest lecturers often with “lived
experience” of autism support the delivery of the programme content. There is ongoing support throughout your studies, and you are encouraged to contact your University Personal Tutor at any point for support and guidance.

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Completion of this programme of study will enhance employability and career prospects. This may manifest in a number of ways, for example, you may use this qualification to gain promotion within your professional role or to develop or extend your sphere of practice. After completion of this programme, you will be prepared to pursue a career  completion of this 60-credit award at level 6, the framework facilitates seamless progression to the BSc (Hons) Practice Development and subsequent progress to Level 7 study. 

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