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If I take early childhood at uni will I be able to then develop on to doing social work in the future?
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If I take early childhood at uni will I be able to then develop on to doing social work in the future?
Hi there! I study Social Work at Wrexham Glyndwr University and it is a great course! I'd recommend it if you are looking to study Social Work in the future. You may have to contact Universities regarding entry requirements from previous grades/courses completed, as I know different places ask for various requirements and may not all be the same. I think it is a possibility though, as my background/qualification before starting my Social Work degree was childcare. I would suggest contacting some Universities and see what they ask for and if they accept the early childhood course. To practice as a Social Worker you would need the Social Work BA hons degree. Childhood courses alone can lead to various work with children/families, but to fulfil a Social Worker role (if this is what you wish to do), then I would suggest completing that degree instead, which is a 3 year course and leads to Social Work registration. Hope this helps!
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Hi there! I study Social Work at Wrexham Glyndwr University and it is a great course! I'd recommend it if you are looking to study Social Work in the future. You may have to contact Universities regarding entry requirements from previous grades/courses completed, as I know different places ask for various requirements and may not all be the same. I think it is a possibility though, as my background/qualification before starting my Social Work degree was childcare. I would suggest contacting some Universities and see what they ask for and if they accept the early childhood course. To practice as a Social Worker you would need the Social Work BA hons degree. Childhood courses alone can lead to various work with children/families, but to fulfil a Social Worker role (if this is what you wish to do), then I would suggest completing that degree instead, which is a 3 year course and leads to Social Work registration. Hope this helps!
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Thank you for your help
You are very welcome! Don't hesitate to ask me any further questions about the Social Work course if you have any queries good luck!
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