Social Work is a highly rewarding and challenging career, ideal for those who want to help vulnerable people and make a positive change in society.
You can become a Social Worker by undertaking a Social Work undergraduate or masters degree course. The Hertfordshire Social Work Teaching Partnership includes the University of Hertfordshire, who have a fantastic Social Work degree programme at BSc and MSc levels.
Benefits of studying with the University of Hertfordshire:
- Nearly all 100 day work placements take place within Hertfordshire County Council, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service as part of the course.
- Fully trained and friendly Practice Educators to support you whilst you undertake your placement.
- Direct Social Worker and expert by experience involvement in delivering modules, bringing theory into practice.
- University tutors and academics regularly check in with Social Workers and experts by experience to make sure their knowledge is as up to date as possible on front line practice.
For more information on the BSc and MSc Social Work programme, visit the University of Hertfordshire website.