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On this three year, part time Social Worker Degree Apprenticeship you will work for four days per week with your employer and attend university for the remaining weekday. When you complete the course you will graduate with BA (Hons) Social Work and be qualified as a professional social worker. You will be eligible for registration with Social Work England.
This degree apprenticeship will prepare you for employment as a newly qualified social worker. You will develop strategies on strengths-based working, resilience and self-care as you engage with theory and current debates about contemporary social work practice.
You will explore the underlying concepts, principles, methodologies and skills used in contemporary social work practice. This course is an opportunity to critically reflect upon your values, and to feel safe to take risks in sharing uncertainties and conflicts.
This course provides the knowledge, skills and values you need to meet the Social Worker Degree Apprenticeship and Social Work England’s Standards, and the Professional Capabilities Framework.
This course is developed in consultation with West Sussex County Council to ensure that your studies are relevant to the current needs of employers.
This course is accredited by Social Work England.
Teaching and Assessment
How you will learn
You will attend university for one day per week and attend your workplace for the other four weekdays. You will attend classes including lectures, seminars, practical workshops, small group discussions and web-based learning. You will work collaboratively with other students on the course and undertake individual learning activities.
End Point Assessment: Final Apprenticeship Portfolio
The End-Point Assessment (EPA) is the final assessment on this course. You will complete a ‘gateway’ process and be signed off to complete the final assessment of your apprenticeship. Your employer must agree that you are eligible to enter EPA.
You must meet the following criteria before taking the EPA:
- achieved a minimum level 2 English and Math’s as per the standard and general apprenticeship requirements
- be able to communicate at Level 7 of the International English Language Testing System (with no element below 6.5) – Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) Standards of Proficiency 8.8
- successfully completed assessed work experience in at least two contrasting settings, one with a focus on statutory work
- obtained 300 academic credits of the Social Worker degree, 120 at level 4, 120 at level 5 and 60 at level 6 with a provisional grade
You will be recommended for EPA when they are ready. Employers should have a remediation process in place to support any apprentice who fails to meet the eligibility criteria to enter EPA.
What you will study
You will study a range of modules during your course. You will be taught at Chichester campus and complete two placements during the degree.
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Introduction To Social Work
This module aims to introduce you to social work roles, tasks and settings. There will be opportunities to provide you with a grounding in the historical and social context of social work practice, which will enable you to understand a framework of theories, values, ethics and research mindedness as a foundation for good practice and study throughout the course. This module will help to develop your ability to think critically and reflectively.