Safeguard the vulnerable, neglected and deprived, and help improve their wellbeing. With our courses you will explore how to negotiate the structures of our social care systems in order to help fight injustice.
Undergraduate Courses (2)
Created in consultation with housing, mental health, addiction and other welfare agencies, this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to help and safeguard vulnerable people, families and communities.
Prepare yourself for a richly rewarding career as a social worker and enjoy a range of employment options across a variety of sectors. You will study psychosocial themes and perspectives and also theories and policies relating to social welfare and the safeguarding of adults and children. You will complete extended placements in your second and third years, which will help fulfil part of the professional body requirements for registration. By integrating study with professional experience, you will develop the essential knowledge and skills required for a career in social work supporting diverse groups of service users.
Postgraduate Courses (1)
Train to be a qualified social worker and gain a thorough grasp of the knowledge, skills and values that sit at the core of this rewarding career. Recognising the powerful links between personal and political issues, the course will assert the need to challenge inequality and safeguard vulnerable people.