The programme enables students to develop skills in enquiry and critical appraisal in preparation for careers in social services. Students on this course have the opportunity to take part in work placements.
Modules include: Law for social workers; social research methods; social work models and methods; initial professional practice placement; social work contexts and applications; the individual and society; final professional practice placement. Optional modules: adult needs and access to services or children; young people and families.
Course Additional Entry
Candidates should possess an Honours degree (2.2 or above). Applicants will need to pass written and numeracy tests at GCSE grade C level (as part of the selection process). Candidates should have a minimum of six months work experience in a social care environment or a care setting. Experience working with people using services such as special needs education, with asylum seekers or in a health orientated setting, or as an informal carer or service user is welcomed (voluntary or paid work, including full'time or part'time employment).
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