I was hoping someone here may have the answer to my question, I am currently finishing off my Foundation degree in health and social care, I am looking to enter into the field of social work, I have been advised by the university I wish to apply to (Wolverhampton) that they do not have a top up degree for the social work course and if I wish to complete the course I must start from year one.
I have also been informed that If I top up in Social care and Social policy (enter the final year) and gain my Level 6 (Bachelors) I can then complete 1-year masters in social work, therefore becoming a registered social worker and becoming potentially HCPC accredited.
If not I am aware I can complete a step up to social work program adding an additional year on top to become a qualified social worker.
Is anyone able to clarify that I have the correct mind frame in believing that I can do this?
Foundation degree in health and social care -> Bachelors in Social Care/ Policy -> Masters in social work?
Meaning I could have an MA in Social Work.
Thanks in advance
It's unlikely that someone from 2 years ago is going to be around to reply to you.