• Document: Level 4 - Certificate of Higher Education in Applied Social Studies UEL Academic School
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Social Work Final award BA (Hons) Social Work Certificate of Higher Education in Applied Social Studies; Diploma of Higher Education in Applied Social Intermediate awards available Studies (these are both non-social work awards) BA Applied Social Studies; Mode of delivery UEL on campus UCAS code L501 Programme approval from HCPC and endorsement Details of professional body from The College of Social Work (TCSW) received in accreditation August 2013 Relevant QAA benchmark Social Work (2008) statements Level 6 – BA (Hons) Social Work Level 5 - Diploma of Higher Education in Applied Level on Framework for Higher Social Studies Education Qualifications (FHEQ) Level 4 - Certificate of Higher Education in Applied Social Studies UEL Academic School Cass School of Education and communities Date specification last up-dated July 2014 CONTENTS This programme specification contains the following sections: Page no The summary – UCAS programme profile 1 Aims and learning outcomes 6 The programme structure 8 Teaching, learning and assessment strategies 12 How we assure the quality and standard of this programme 13 Where you can find further information 15 Profile The summary - UCAS programme profile BANNER BOX: This programme offers students the opportunity to study for a professional qualification in social work which on successful completion leads to eligibility to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council. The programme equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to practise as reflective, capable and effective social workers. Developed in collaboration with local employers, the programme reflects the priorities and needs of contemporary social work practice. It is available for full-time study only over a three year period with a September entry point. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS For admission to the BA (Hons) Social Work programme candidates are required to have the following qualifications and skills:  280 UCAS tariff points from: A/AS levels (including 2 A2 passes), BTEC, SCOTEC Diploma, GNVQ, AVCE, Scottish Highers, International Baccalaureate, European Baccalaureate.  We also accept students with Access to HE Diploma, NVQ Level 3 and a variety of other pre-university level qualifications.  Applicants whose first language is not English must meet communication and comprehension skills to International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a score of 7 (with 6.5 in all elements).  GCSE English and Maths (Grade A–C) or certified equivalences such as Key Skills Level 2, Functional Skills Level 2 or Adult Literacy/Numeracy Level 2. Additional professional entry requirements are listed below:  Applicants are required to complete an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for Regulated Activity  We are required by the Health and Care Professions Council, social work’s statutory regulator, to consider applicants’ potential health needs and the possible impact on fitness to practice. We therefore encourage all applicants to complete a health and wellbeing self-declaration form at the interview relating to health conditions that will affect their practice.  Applicants must demonstrate that they can understand and make use of written material and be able to communicate clearly and accurately in spoken and written English. These requirements are assessed through a written test and individual interview.  All entrants must demonstrate their suitability for social work training showing they possess the appropriate personal and intellectual qualities with the capability of meeting the required professional standards by the end of their training.  All shortlisted applicants must confirm prior to offer that they have the ability to use basic IT facilities, including word processing, internet use and use of email, and will be asked to specify how these skills have been obtained. Social work at UEL does not accept direct transfers from other programmes. At UEL we are committed to working together to build a learning community founded on equality of opportun

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