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Frequently asked questions Overview Social workers enable people to negotiate complex and sometimes painful transitions and decisions in their lives. As an academic discipline, our primary mission is to ensure that students are professionally capable of carrying out core social work tasks.
Read full overview This course enables successful graduates to register as qualified social workers. As a result, it includes all the mandatory elements of a social work qualifying course.
This includes assessment, communication skills, human growth and development, inter-professional working and the law. More generally, it ensures that you will be able to demonstrate the capacity for critical thinking and creative action in relation to the complex problems of human life.
In this respect, the connection between social work and social policy is critical. You'll take a combination of academic modules that will develop the core knowledge, values and skills needed to be a social worker.
In addition, in years two and three, you'll complete assessed placements in social work settings. Modules are delivered through lectures, seminars, workshops and work-based learning opportunities. We use a variety of teaching methods to help you develop the professional knowledge and practical skills required to become a qualified social worker, including the use of audiovisual technology and simulation exercises.
Our teaching includes input from service users, carers and practising social workers. During year one, you will shadow a social worker and observe their practice. In subsequent years, University-based learning during the first semester is followed by around three months of full-time work experience in a related setting.
Social work students are assessed both academically and against the professional standards for social work. Year one You will spend the first year based at the University, where you will explore social work's key functions and develop skills for social work practice.
You will also study core aspects of sociology and social policy which underpin the profession's knowledge base. Year two You will be based at the University during the first semester, and study central aspects of social work's knowledge base, including the law, social work theories and human development.
You will go out on placement for 80 days during the second semester. Year three You will again be based at the University during the first semester, and will have the opportunity to focus on studying key issues within social work with adults or children and families, depending on your preferred area of practice.
You will also study central themes for all social workers, such as safeguarding. You will go out on placement for 90 days during the second semester. Key facts This course is regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council The University is a member of the D2N2 Social Work Education Teaching Partnership with local employers, funded by the Department for Education and Department of Health Our teaching is often recognised by awards such as a University Chancellor's Award for teaching quality One of 18 institutions in the UK to have been selected to participate in the Q-Step programme, committed to developing students' quantitative expertise A levels: If you require additional support to take your language skills to the required level, you may be able to attend a presessional course at the Centre for English Language Educationwhich is accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English in the UK.
Students who successfully complete the presessional course to the required level can progress onto their chosen degree course without retaking IELTS or equivalent. International applicants For country-specific information including entry requirements, contact details and representatives, see our website.
If you need a visa to study, the University can provide all the information and advice you need. Mature students At the University of Nottingham we have a valuable community of mature students and we appreciate their contribution to the wider student population.
You can find lots of useful information in our guide for mature students. Alternative qualifications We encourage applications from all sections of the community including applicants who may be returning to work or changing career.
Mature applicants, including those on Access courses and with alternative qualifications are encouraged to apply. Access to HE Diploma, preferably in social work or social sciences, with 45 credits at level 3, at least 30 of which must be at Merit or Distinction plus at least 6 level 3 credits in study skills BTEC National Diplomas: We may make some applicants an offer lower than advertised, depending on their personal and educational circumstances.
Notes for applicants The minimum age for entry is 18 years old. Applications must be made through UCAS. No applicant will be offered a place without first participating in our two-stage candidate assessment process.
The first stage is an assessment day which includes a written test, a group exercise involving service users, and an opportunity to meet Centre for Social Work staff. Applicants who are successful at the first stage will be invited back on a subsequent occasion to the second stage which consists of an interview conducted jointly by a member of University staff and a practising social worker.
Assessment days and interview days will normally take place between December and April. Although there is no requirement for prior experience of social work, applicants who have some relevant voluntary or paid experience in a helping role, or can demonstrate that they have personal insights or understandings to reflect upon are likely to produce a better personal statement and have more to draw upon during the interview.
If invited for interview, applicants are required to make a signed declaration regarding any health condition or criminal record and then complete a Disclosure and Barring Service check once registered on the course. From your application and interview, we look for: Due to the passage of time between commencement of the course and subsequent years of the course, modules may change due to developments in the curriculum and the module information in this prospectus is provided for indicative purposes only.
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