Working with children can be challenging, but also incredibly rewarding, as you have the opportunity to see children flourish and grow to meet their potential.
A Child and Youth Care qualification will prepare you for a career working with children and youth to help them overcome obstacles they are facing in their lives and develop and grow. Child Care specialists work with both typical children and those with special developmental needs.
A course in Child and Youth Care will cover topics like building support networks for children and families, managing community projects and family functioning and child abuse.
To find out about studying Child and Youth Care at IIE MSA call 011 950 4009 or email email@example.com now.
Who should study Child and Youth Care?
If you are looking for a rewarding career that can really make a difference, you should consider a career working in child and youth care.
South Africa youth face a number of specific challenges, including teenage pregnancies, access to medical treatment, child-headed families, orphan status, adoption, poverty and abuse. South Africa needs professionals with the skills to help vulnerable children and youths.
A Child and Youth Care degree can prepare you for a career working in education, social work, community development, or mentorship. This degree can also assist those wanting to become learning mentors or youth workers, and those who work in churches, places of safety, non-governmental organisations and children’s homes.
Where to study Child and Youth Care in South Africa
IIE MSA is a brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE), a leader in the higher education sphere. The recently launched IIE Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree is offered at IIE MSA.
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