Access To Social Work Course

Access to University is specifically designed for adults who have been out of formal education for some time, but want to enter university-level courses.

The course is made up of various modules designed to prepare you for the demands of higher-level study.

Salaries in social work usually start between £19,500-£25,000, in youth work around £21,000 and probation £21,000-£27,000.

By providing us with your personal details you are consenting for the college to retain these details in order to contact you in response to your enquiry.

The Pre-Access course provides GCSE English and GCSE maths plus a wrap-around qualification featuring research skills, revision techniques, advice on applying to university and work experience.

This course is ideal for those who are returning to education with the view to progress to university.

It’s been specially created to assist students with the skills development that’s essential for successful completion of Access courses within Gower College Swansea.

Course Code: BELFT Level: 3Subject area: Access to HEAwarding body: CAVAQualification: Access Course type: Full-time Time of Day: Daytime Duration: One year When you'll study: Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, 9.00am - 5.00pm Choose A Start Date & Apply Access to Higher Education courses are designed for students aged 19 or over.

If so, this one year, full-time, CAVA-awarded course could be just what you need.

This course offers the chance to study alongside other mature students, tutored by experienced, motivational and supportive lecturers.

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