Prepare for a career in speech and language therapy. Learn to understand communication and other disorders, and how to manage these effectively.
On this course you will develop a range of clinical skills and evidence-based knowledge to become an autonomous, competent and accountable practitioner. You will undertake practice placements in several settings, which may include a hospital ward, outpatient department, mainstream and special schools, day centres, clients’ homes, courtrooms, prisons and young offenders’ institutions.
The curriculum will be contemporary, focused on employability, and it will draw on the range of communication disorders across the life span and how these may impact children and adults and the people who care for them.
This is a collaborative course run jointly by Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Greenwich. You will register with both universities but will have one main university of registration, the final degree will be awarded by your main university.