Jasminf
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I am looking for a degree apprenticeship in social work. But everything I go onto always says I need to be employed. How can I possibly be employed in such a field if I have no experience? It simply makes no sense. It even says this on the university websites. Can someone please help me out.
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Degree apprenticeships are a combination of the following:

The academic provider that provides the academic learning (university or college)

The employer who provides the work based training

And the apprenticeship provider who oversees the apprenticeship framework.

Typically the apprenticeship employer works through the apprenticeship provider in sourcing suitable applicants. The academic side is typically arranged by the provider with approval from the employer.

Positions are usually posted by the provider and/or employer online, not on the university websites.

Hope this helps.
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