The Postgraduate Diploma in Child-Centred Practice (PGDipCCP) requires at least twelve months of full-time or its equivalent in part-time study. The aim of this interdisciplinary postgraduate programme is to develop the knowledge and skills of a range of professionals who work with and who have an interest in studying current policy and practice issues which affect the well-being and rights of children. Candidates for the programme are required to have a degree or professional qualification (of at least three years full-time or equivalent part-time study), relevant to working with children and families. The diploma aims to prepare graduates for careers in leading, administering and managing policy and practice relating to children's advocacy and well-being. The Postgraduate Diploma in Child-Centred Practice (PGDipCCP) is also available through Distance Learning.