If you have a clear desire and motivation to work with and support the most vulnerable people in society, a MA in Social Work is for you. Extend your knowledge, engage in research production and dissemination, and undertake 170 days of practical placement to improve your skills in a real world setting. Become a registered Social Worker and work with your local community to support people who need it. COURSE OVERVIEW This course is designed to be sector-specific. It integrates values, knowledge and skills you need to fulfil the professional requirements of registration. You will learn about the knowledge and skills required for practice from our expert lecturers, while exploring contemporary issues impacting social work and social justice, spurring you on to get actively involved in the development of future practice. Our excellent relationships with local employers, particularly practice placement providers and educators in practice settings will support your professional development. We work closely with Cumbria Social Services and a range of key partner and stakeholder agencies including a number of Experts by Experience. You'll complete two placements, 70 days in the first year and 100 days in the second, to gain real-world experience in social work and bolster your CV and future job prospects. ON THIS COURSE YOU WILL...
- Study a range of academic modules to enhance your knowledge on the role and remit of a social worker working in different settings.
- Complete 30 skills days and a further 170 days in placement. The successful completion of which will enable you to register with Social Work England as a registered social worker.
- Develop your academic skills with the assistance and support of a personal tutor who will be assigned to you on entry to the programme for the duration of your studies.
- Benefit from working closely alongside fellow students and academics to build up meaningful, engaging and productive professional relationships to enhance your personal and professional journey.
- Practice your hands-on experience with our modern facilities, including our mock house to simulate home visits and hospital wards for practicing hospital discharge meetings.
- Effective Communication in Social Work
- Using our Theoretical Imagination for 21st Century Social Work
- Using Evidence to enhance the Discipline of Social Work
- Safeguarding & Ethical Issues
- Critically Evaluating Interventions With Diverse Populations
- 1st Placement (70 Days)
- Critical Applications in Statutory Social Work Practice.
- Dissertation: Research Production, Analysis and Dissemination
- Resilience, Employability and Leadership
- Final Placement (100 Days)
Year one - Compulsory modules: Social Work Theory Into Practice I, Case Study, Social Work as a Vehicle for Cultural Transformation, Working with Experts by Experience, Social Work Theory Into Practice II, Social Work Theory Into Practice III, Social Work First Placement, Social Work Final Placement, Scholarship and Research Methods, Dissertation.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
Honours degree at 2:2 or above. GCSE English and Level 2 Maths qualification.
Additional entry requirements
Criminal records declaration (DBS/Disclosure Scotland)
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£10575||Year 1|