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Bangor University has a long established tradition of offering social work education. The fundamental purpose of such programmes is to equip students to take up professional posts within the social work workforce. To achieve this, the 2 year programme of study includes a suite of core academic modules and a requirement of at least 200 days of assessed practice learning over the two years. The programme must satisfy the requirements of Soclal Care Wales’ ‘Framework for the Degree in Social Work in Wales’ (2012), and successful completion of the programme enables students to register as qualified professional social workers. To enable us to deliver a programme of this nature, we work closely with Gwynedd, Ynys Môn and Conwy local authorities, who provide most of the placements for our
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2.2 degree classification or higher
At least 6 months (FTE) relevant social care or equivalent experience
Grade C GCSE at least or equivalent qualification in Maths and English/Welsh first language
Offers for places on the course are based on a satisfactory face-to-face interview of applicants that meet the admissions criteria.
Speaking & Listening Welsh language skills required
It is a requirement that all students accepted onto the programme successfully complete an Enhanced DBS check, and are able to register with Social Care Wales.
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