As you work through your degree, you’ll continually make connections between your studies and your own experiences, exploring issues such as child protection, working with older people and the legal frameworks that shape and regulate decision-making. You’ll attend workshops and practice placements, becoming increasingly confident, critical, analytical and reflective in your practice. On graduation, you’ll be able to apply to register with the Care Council for Wales (CCW) and begin your career as a qualified social worker.
To read more about the Stage 1, 2 and 3 modules that make up the BA (Honours) Social Work (Wales) (Q42), you can download and print a prospectus extract. For more information on all the qualifications available in Health and Social Care, request a prospectus.