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BSc (Hons) Social Work. Department of Interprofessional Studies Faculty of Education, Health and Social Care The University of Winchester. Overview. Describing social work Entry requirements Selection processes Structure of the degree Course content of the degree

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Bsc hons social work

BSc (Hons) Social Work

Department of Interprofessional Studies

Faculty of Education, Health and Social Care

The University of Winchester


Overview

Overview

  • Describing social work

  • Entry requirements

  • Selection processes

  • Structure of the degree

  • Course content of the degree

  • Career and employment opportunities


Professional activity

Professional activity:

This degree is a professional course, leading to eligibility to register as a Social Worker. Key tasks include:

  • Assessing needs, risks and circumstances

  • Helping people access resources/advocacy

  • Communication & Engagement

  • Fulfilling statutory duties

  • Working across agencies and disciplines

  • Working with individuals, families, groups and communities


Entry requirements

Entry Requirements:

Typical offer = 280 – 320 points

GCSE Maths & English [min. Grade C or Key Skills Level 2]

Competence in written & spoken English

Ability to use IT facilities

Relevant Social Care Work experience (paid or voluntary)

Appropriate personal & intellectual qualities

Enhanced CRB & Health checks

Participation in a selection process

Note: the work of the Reform Board


Selection process as recommended by the college of social work

Selection process(as recommended by The College of Social Work)

Involves:

  • A written exercise

  • Participation in a group discussion

  • Individual Interview


Structure of the degree

Structure of the Degree:

Level 4:

‘pre-professional’ year

Level 5:

50% classroom & 50% field practice

Level 6:

50% classroom & 50% field practice


Course modules level 4

Course modules: Level 4

Introductory modules to:

  • the nature of social work

  • the policy and legal contexts of social work

  • human growth, development and the social environment [children and families, and adults]

  • social service delivery systems

  • direct methods of practice

  • indirect methods of practice

  • social work practice – ‘fitness for practice’


Course modules level 5

Course modules: Level 5

Direct social work methods with individuals, families, group and communities

Social work with specific service user groups

Social work research

First practice experience [70 days]


Course modules level 6

Course modules: Level 6

Second practice experience [100 days]

Advanced social work methods of practice

Contemporary issues in social work

Research project


Career employment opportunities

Career/employment opportunities:

Work in a range of organizations/settings - statutory, private, voluntary, independent

Children, Young People, Adults

Individuals, Groups & Communities

Social policy, social research & education


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