Other routes into Social Work
Apprenticeships and training programmes
Integrated Degree Apprenticeship for Social Worker. As a Social Worker you will work in partnership with adults, children, carers and families in a range of different settings to support and promote positive change in people’s lives in order to improve their wellbeing and independence.
Training to be a social worker is an intensive, 14-month, full-time programme.
Trainee social workers will work in a local authority, gaining hands-on practitioner experience and academic learning.
Successful trainees will be awarded a postgraduate diploma in social work once they complete the programme, allowing them to register and practise as a social worker.
We’re Frontline, a charity working to make life better for children with social workers. On our Frontline programme you’ll get three years of paid training and support, earning an average of £32,000 in years two and three. You’ll learn life-changing skills while working in a local council social work team, putting theory into practice. You’ll qualify as a social worker and receive a fully-funded master’s degree.
The apprenticeships in Social Work at University Centre Shrewsbury (UCS) and Warrington are taught through a learner centred, blended approach which is specifically designed to support you to develop the skills, knowledge and values essential in Social Work.