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Social Work (PGCert)

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  • Objectives
    This modular programme offers undergraduate and postgraduate routes with the option of a top-up degree: * Graduate or Postgraduate Certificate in Post-qualifying Social Work * BA in Social Work The programme is at the specialist level with two pathways in: 1. Children and Young People and their Families and Carers 2. Work with Adults
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Qualified and registered social workers who have completed their probationary requirements. Applications are made through the candidates organisation usually the training manager. You will be sponsored by your organisation.
  • Academic Title
    Social Work (PGCert)
  • Course description
    Course Summary

    The aim of this programme is to develop confident well rounded practitioners working in inter-professional and inter-agency contexts, demonstrating competence in a range of key areas including direct work with service users, families and carers, self management and use of supervision, mentoring and practice education. As practitioners you will also develop a range of in-depth knowledge and skills associated with competence a particular area of specialist social work practice.

    Course Details

    The programme draws on a range of experience both from the University and partner agencies alongside users and carers.

    Modules (All core)

        * Consolidation
        * Assessment of Specialist Practice
        * Three specialist practice modules of 15 credits focused on the two specialist pathways
        * Enabling Learning

    Special Features
    The programme draws on a range of experience and expertise both from the
    University and partner agencies alongside service users and carers.

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