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University of Hertfordshire: Social Work (Step Up to Social Work)
|Institution||University of Hertfordshire|
Step Up to Social Work is a fast-track, nationally recognised and fully funded social work training programme.
Designed to support highly skilled graduates into children’s social care, this 14-month programme will immerse you in the challenging world of social work and lay the foundations for your future career. If you’re interested in a career change, this programme will give you the tools to succeed.
You’ll gain hands-on experience throughout the programme from learning from, real-world experiences while on placement and from expert practitioners and academics in the classroom.
You’ll even have the opportunity to contribute to best practice in social work upon completion of the programme. The programme is one of the only Step Up to Social Work programmes in the country that funds its graduates to complete a research project and gain a Master’s degree, giving you the opportunity to develop your research skills and gain a higher qualification.
Step Up is employer-led, delivered by the West London Social Work Partnership on behalf of the Department for Education together with the University of Hertfordshire.
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|Level||RQF Level 7|
Normal entry requirements for the programme are:
a minimum 2:1 Level 6 degree qualification, for example, a degree with honours or a graduate certificate
a minimum 2:2 honours degree plus a higher degree (level 7 or above), for example, a master’s degree or a Postgraduate Certificate in Education.
GCSEs in English or English language and mathematics at grade C or above (or approved equivalent)
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