MA Applied Social Work: Practice Education
The MA in Applied Social Work: Practice Education is part of various CPD courses available for Social Workers at the University. This course is a part of a growing portfolio of programmes intended to help social workers progress their careers and enhance their professional expertise in a field of advanced and applied practice. This course was created in compliance with the Practice Educator Professional Standards and the Social Work Reform Board's recommendations (PEP). By offering excellent practice learning opportunities with trained and qualified Practice Educators, the overall goal is to improve the quality of Practice Education and to provide qualifying Social Work students with high-quality preparation, appropriate skills, and knowledge in their Social Work training.
- University of Bedfordshire
The minimum requirement for applicants is a necessary college degree with honours or an equivalent. The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) or another British social work regulatory body must have applicants' registration information on file. Successful candidates often hold an honours degree (2:2 or higher) and professional social work qualification. All applicants must be licenced social workers who want to teach in the field. All applicants must have some direct experience helping people learn, such as being an onsite supervisor. Most applicants will have a minimum of two years of post-qualifying experience for direct entry into the course.