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This module is designed to prepare students to handle a wide range of challenging problems presented by disaffected children. Students will have the opportunity to explore school and societal issues that affect the academic performance of children. School issues such as bullying, alienation, boredom, school refuser etc. will be explored. Societal issues will include poverty, deprivation, drug and alcohol abuse. Guidance and Counselling practitioners have a key role in ensuring that all children access and benefit from their educational experience.

Programme Fee

Awarding Body: 

This programme is designed, delivered, assessed and awarded by SEGi University through the SEGiUniDigital Platform. 

Entry Requirements: 
Entry Requirements - No 
Age Experience - 19 Years Above 
Language Proficiency - Yes 
Numeracy Proficiency - No 
Pre-requisites - No
  1. Disaffected Children
  2. School Refusers
  3. Behavioural Problems
  4. Societal Problems
  5. Interventions
  6. Working in Partnership with Parents
  7. The Role of Guidance and  Counselling Practitioner
  8. Social Inclusion
  9. Academic vs Vocational
  10. Accessing the Curriculum

Coursework 1 - 40%
Coursework 2 - 20%
Report - 40%

Credit Transfer: 
Upon successful completion of this Micro-credential certification in Working With Disaffected Children (BEd), students will be able to transfer grades and credits into the following programme(s):
  1. Bachelor of Education (Honours)
Continuing Education: 
Upon successful completion of this Bachelor of Education (Honours) programme and meeting the necessary entry requirements, students will be able to progress into the following programme(s):
  1. Master of Education by Research
  2. Master of Education by Coursework
Career Opportunities: 

School leavers who want to get a head start before joining an academic programme or a working adults who want to upskill or learn a specific skill; work with rapidly changing technology; and/or acquire specialised skills sought after by employers.