Our flexible progression route means that you can build up to a full BA (Hons) in Youth Justice, gaining standalone, recognised qualifications along the way. If you are not ready to commit to a degree, you can start with the Certificate of Higher Education in Youth Justice and then either choose to leave with an accredited qualification or keep adding modules to progress step-by-step to the Foundation Degree, BA and BA (Hons).
The Youth Justice Effective Practice Certificate (YJEPC) is a stand-alone qualification, accredited by Skills for Justice Awards and widely recognised by employers across the youth justice sector. It also gives recognition of prior learning (RPL) for Module 3 (Effective Practice in Youth Justice) of the Foundation Degree; this means that if and when you decide to continue studying you will already have completed 60 credits of the Foundation Degree, saving you both time and money.
You can see how the individual building blocks combine together here. Hover over the title for highlights of each qualification and click on the module names for what you’ll study.