**For children and young people, life can be full of complexity, characterized by unceasing change and development. Integrated working brings the various professionals, practitioners and volunteers that make up the children’s workforce together, placing the child or young person at the centre of their network of support.** This degree will prepare students for a career working with children, young people and families across a range of education, health and social care environments. The course relates to the study of children from birth to 19 years, with a specific focus on the 0-8 age range At Worcester, we take a multi-disciplinary approach, which allows you to develop your expertise from a range of different perspectives, whilst fostering respect for children, their families, and other professional roles - essential components for an integrated children’s service. - Ideal for experienced practitioners, or those with a relevant diploma (ie, HND) or foundation degree, from across the children’s workforce, who wish to enhance skills and expertise with a view to career development - Flexible study options, including full and part-time options, and an online route that blends distance learning with face-to-face contact via our Flexible & Distributed Learning pathway.