Word problems – A complete course in algebra #peter #answers #secret


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WORD PROBLEMS

The solution here is not a number, because it will depend on the value of b. This is a type of “literal” equation, which is very common in algebra.

Example 3. The whole is equal to the sum of the parts.

The sum of two numbers is 84, and one of them is 12 more than the other. What are the two numbers?

Solution. In this problem, we are asked to find two numbers. Therefore, we must let x be one of them. Let x. then, be the first number.

We are told that the other number is 12 more, x + 12.

The problem states that their sum is 84:

The line over x + 12 is a grouping symbol called a vinculum. It saves us writing parentheses.

This is the first number. Therefore the other number is

x + 12 = 36 + 12 = 48.

The sum of 36 + 48 is 84.

Example 4. The sum of two consecutive numbers is 37. What are they?

Solution. Two consecutive numbers are like 8 and 9, or 51 and 52.

Let x. then, be the first number. Then the number after it is x + 1.

The problem states that their sum is 37:

The two numbers are 18 and 19.

Example 5. One number is 10 more than another. The sum of twice the smaller plus three times the larger, is 55. What are the two numbers?

Solution. Let x be the smaller number.

Then the larger number is 10 more: x + 10.

The problem states:

55 30 = 25.

That’s the smaller number. The larger number is 10 more: 15.

Example 6. Divide $80 among three people so that the second will have twice as much as the first, and the third will have $5 less than the second.

Solution. Again, we are asked to find more than one number. We must begin by letting x be how much the first person gets.

Then the second gets twice as much, 2x .

And the third gets $5 less than that, 2x 5.

Their sum is $80:

The sum of 17, 34, and 29 is in fact 80.

Example 7. Odd numbers. The sum of two consecutive odd numbers is 52. What are the two odd numbers?

Solution. First, an even number is a multiple of 2: 2, 4, 6, 8, and so on. It is conventional in algebra to represent an even number as 2n. where, by calling the variable ‘n ,’ it is understood that n will take whole number values: n = 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on.

An odd number is 1 more (or 1 less) than an even number. And so we represent an odd number as 2n + 1.

Let 2n + 1, then, be the first odd number. Then the next one will be 2 more — it will be 2n + 3. The problem states that their sum is 52:

Therefore the first odd number is 2 12 + 1 = 25. And so the next one is 27. Their sum is 52.

Problem 1. Julie has $50, which is eight dollars more than twice what John has. How much has John? (Compare Example 1.)

First, what will you let x represent?

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The unknown number — which is how much that John has.

What is the equation?

Here is the solution:

Problem 2. Carlotta spent $35 at the market. This was seven dollars less than three times what she spent at the bookstore; how much did she spend there?

Here is the equation.

Here is the solution:

Problem 3. There are b black marbles. This is four more than twice the number of red marbles. How many red marbles are there? (Compare Example 2.)

Here is the equation.

Here is the solution:

Here is the solution:

Problem 10. Divide $79 among three people so that the second will have three times more than the first, and the third will have two dollars more than the second. (Compare Example 6.)

Here is the equation.

Here is the solution:

Problem 11. Divide $15.20 among three people so that the second will have one dollar more than the first, and the third will have $2.70 more than the second.

Here is the equation.

Here is the solution:

Problem 12. Two consecutive odd numbers are such that three times the first is 5 more than twice the second. What are those two odd numbers?

(See Example 7. where we represent an odd number as 2n + 1.)

Solution. Let the first odd number be 2n + 1.

Then the next one is 2n + 3 — because it will be 2 more.

The problem states, that is, the equation is:


Online Healthcare Management Bachelor’s Degree – Hands-on Learning #healthcare #management #degree, #degree


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Discover a Dynamic Management Career in Healthcare

Earn Your Healthcare Management Bachelor’s Degree Now Available With Innovative Hybrid Learning Options

The online Healthcare Management Bachelor’s degree-completion program is a business degree that prepares you for a career in health services management. The program instills a strong foundation in business while helping you gain the kind of insider healthcare knowledge you’ll need as a non-medical professional. With a real-world curriculum under your belt, you’ll be prepared to make hiring decisions, open new clinics, and manage budgets across a diverse range of healthcare facilities. Through hands-on experience and scenario-based simulations, you’ll also be ready to lead teams of healthcare workers, giving them what they need to put their patients first.

With Flex Choice®, our Healthcare Management Bachelor’s degree courses are taught through a combination of traditional courses and competency-based education (CBE), a hybrid program that offers the best of both worlds. Self-paced CBE courses focus on efficiency and relevancy, and emphasize project-based assessments and real-world scenarios.

To see how this program can help you achieve your goals:

  • Course plan customized for you
  • Support and financial aid planning
  • Career path guidance with no obligation

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Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree-Completion Program

Learning Options

Flex Choice learning options put you in control of your path and price. LEARN MORE >>

Gain In-Demand Healthcare Management Skills Employers Seek

Through career-focused curriculum and practical, hands-on opportunities in your courses, you can prepare for a successful career in healthcare management and administration. Our program is designed to help you gain relevant skills employers seek, including:

Leadership

Through hands-on, interactive learning and an internship option, you’ll understand the mindset of clinicians and how to manage people, projects and policies.

Financial Management

Learn how to develop and manage departmental budgets and understand common sources of healthcare revenues and expenses.

Healthcare Planning and Policy Management

Arrive at sound business decisions through your understanding of healthcare trends and policy, and participate in a course project related to the Affordable Care Act.

Healthcare Law and Ethics

Study the ethical theories and principles that will help you confront the challenges facing healthcare.

ENGAGED LEARNING EXPERIENCES

Many of the Healthcare Management courses feature ample opportunity to engage instructors and peers through live interactive lectures and online forums.

A FLEXIBLE, AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT DEGREE

This program allows you to continue working in your field while taking core healthcare management, regulation and business courses. With our Flex Choice option you could save on tuition and graduate even sooner.

*Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and courses completed each term.

Our Grads Work Across Industries

Graduates from our School of Business programs are working for leading industries, including:*

  • Accounting
  • Finance and Banking
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Local and State Government
  • Property Management
  • Retail and Hospitality

117 Years of Successful Graduates

At Rasmussen College, we’ve been dedicated to our mission of preparing students for career success since 1900.

*Industry information reported by Rasmussen College graduates. This list does not constitute an endorsement of Rasmussen College by the industries shown above. Listing does not guarantee or imply that future employment opportunities within these industries will be available.

Need more detailed information about our program?

Program Entry Requirements

In addition to meeting standard Rasmussen College admissions requirements, you will need to pass a background check prior to enrolling as a Healthcare Management Bachelor’s degree student. To learn more, please contact us today.

RN to BSN Expected Program Outcomes*

  1. As contributors to a global community, 90% of the Program graduates will remain employed as a Registered Nurse or advance their career within the Scope of the BSN Generalist Role, as measured within one year of graduation.
  2. In support of lifelong learning, the Program graduates will be prepared to further their education in the fields of Nursing or Health Care.
  3. In support of service to students, 85% of the Program graduates will indicate that the Program fulfilled their expectations and that they would recommend the Program to others.
  4. Of the responding employers, 70% will indicate satisfaction with the Program graduates’ preparedness and knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to serve diverse communities, as measured within one year of graduation.
  5. Consistent with the goals of an institution of higher learning, 70% of students who enroll in the Program will successfully complete the Program on an average time to completion of eight academic quarters.
  6. The Program will employ appropriately credentialed and experienced faculty who demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning through ongoing professional development and educational opportunities.

*CCNE defines Program Outcomes as “Statements of levels of achievement, which encompass student achievement, faculty achievement, and other program-selected indicators of achievement. Program outcomes may be expressed in the form of overall program goals, end-of program outcomes, curricular outcomes, and/or faculty outcomes.”

Ready to Start Your Path in Healthcare Management?

You’ll receive support and financial aid planning, a customized course plan and career path guidance—with no obligation.

How Much Could You Earn in Healthcare Management?

Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Employment Statistics. [salary data accessed August 9, 2016] www.bls.gov/oes/. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook. [career information accessed February 25, 2016] www.bls.gov/ooh/. BLS salary data represents national, averaged earnings for the occupations listed and includes workers at all levels of education and experience. This data does not represent starting salaries. Employment conditions in your area may vary.

How Much Will it Cost?

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At Rasmussen College, we believe higher education should be a successful investment. That’s why we offer affordable options that make earning your degree attainable. See how you can save:

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

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1 Ace Security

After 1st January 2015 the qualification has significantly changed, now it is a two days course. This qualification is required for those door supervisors who already have an SIA license and they wish to renew their SIA Door supervisor license.

We offer the cheapest quality training for first aid training courses across London at your or our venues. These courses are QCF qualification at level 2 and level 3.

The Fire Marshal training course n London and our east or west London center are only for £65 if you book it online or on the tel. It s a half day training courses which end with a certification.

The Traffic marshal training course n London and our east or west London center are only for £65 if you book it online or on the tel. It is a half day training courses which end with a certification.

The security guard training is three days intensive training course at the end of which you shall be examined and would be required to take three exams. Generally, learners do not opt for the training and prefer the door supervisor training.

SIA and Industry Compliant Approved Training

All our associated centers across the UK are accredited by approved awarding bodies recognized by SIA and concerned regulators offering industry specific approved qualifications.

Where can the training be conducted

The SIA linked security qualifications for security can be held at your venue in case of a corporate client or our venues. We can arrange to provide training at venues across London which include forest gate, Stratford, Ilford, Barking, Romford, hackney, poplar, Westminster, the City of London, Wembley, South Hall, Hayes, Croydon.

Besides London, we also arrange training in Birmingham.

Documents Required before you do the Security Course

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Door Supervisor Course

The Door Supervisor course is for four days. A basic course required to obtain an SIA license.

SIA CCTV Course

The CCTV course is for three days. This course is required to obtain an SIA CCTV license.

Close Protection Course

The SIA close protection training is for 13 days. Would allow you to apply for your CP licence.

SIA Security Guard Course

The Security Guard course is 3 days, mostly people opt for Door Supervisor rather than security Guarding Licence

CSCS Green Card Course

Traffic Marshal

Fire Marshal Course

First Aid Courses


SAT Scores: Average SAT Scores for Colleges #sat, #scholastic #assessment #test, #sat


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Average SAT Scores for Colleges

Score reports for the SAT I exams are cumulative. This means that each score report sent to a college or used for a scholarship will include information from the Student Descriptive Questionnaire as well as the scores of up to six SAT I and six SAT II exams. Separate scores for the mathematical and verbal sections cannot be sent. All testing results on the SAT I and SAT II (once released) are part of the same record and will be reported together.

As Colleges and Universities become more and more competitive and impacted the average SAT Score to get into schools has risen. The SAT was supposed to give students an equal opportunity chance into the Colleges as any other students despite family backgrounds, inconsistent grading systems, and curriculum standards in the nations high schools (www.collegeboard.com). Though now days these ideals may have been looked over. The SAT is a test that has nothing to do with the knowledge acquired in schooling. Furthermore, it does help if you come from a good background, because they can get a student the necessary tools to do good on the SAT. Though, regardless of all the negative implications on the SAT s I believe the SAT s still serve their purpose of providing colleges with a consistent and reasonable way to admit students into their college.

Rushing Scores: The College Board provides a score rushing service. There is an additional service charge for this fee. Rushing scores will usually speed up delivery of scores by up to a week or a week and a half. Rush reporting does not mean rush marking. Check the SAT I or SAT II bulletin for the fee schedule and other information.

SAT Score Requirements for College

Bryn Mawr College

California Polytechnic State University

Eugene Lang College

Montana Tech of the Univ. of Montana

New College of Florida

St. Olaf College

SUNY at Binghamton

SUNY at Buffalo

SUNY College at Geneseo

US Coast Guard Academy

US Merchant Marine Academy

US Military Academy

University of Redlands


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Bristol Brunel Academy

Welcome from the Principal

Welcome to Bristol Brunel Academy. I am incredibly proud to lead an academy full of such talented and hardworking students and staff. We fully understand the responsibility we have for each child to provide them with an outstanding education.

All of the Brunel staff and leadership team work tirelessly to create the best possible learning environment for our students where they can thrive and make progress. I believe passionately in supporting students to be the best that they can be through raising their achievement and aspirations. We are relentless in our pursuit of outstanding outcomes that equip students with the qualifications and skills they need for their future lives.

News | Calendar

The Wizard of Oz – Tickets now available from Reception

A Musical Performance.

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Year 11 Leavers – key dates and information

Dear Parent/Carer We would like to inform you of some key dates for Year 11 students. Students Final Day Friday 23rd June. Except for students completing BTEC qualifications. BTEC students will be informed on an individual basis when their course has completed – with a text message sen.

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Year 7 Summer Camp – Exmouth June 2017. Balance for the Year 7 Exmouth camp is due by Friday 16th June 2017. Thank you.

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Please take a moment to see if you may be entitled to Free School Meals for your child

Please click here to view information on what criteria qualifies you to receive free school meals for your child/children.

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Year 11 Securing Success – useful resources

To access the Securing Success page please follow this link http://www.bba.bristol.sch.uk/page/?title=Year+11+Securing+Success pid=86.

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Paris Trip 2017

The Languages Department are organising a five day trip to Paris in July 2017. For more details and the letter that was sent home to parents please click here. A collective (or group) passport is a way for an organised group of young people to make a trip to certain European countries.

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A guide to understanding Year 11 reports

For all subjects, Bristol Brunel Academy will provide students and parents with a target grade, current grade and a predicted grade.

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Term Dates 2017-2018

Please see the term dates for the 2017-2018 Acacademic Year below.


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2016 – 2017 Undergraduate Catalog

Radford University Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017. Volume 100, is prepared by the Office of the Registrar, P.O. Box 6904, Radford University, Radford, VA 24142. Students who matriculate at Radford University at the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year will use the 2016-2017 Radford University Undergraduate Catalog for the official description of polices they must follow and requirements they must satisfy in order to graduate. Students may, however, elect to follow the curriculum requirements of a Radford University Undergraduate Catalog published subsequent to the year of their matriculation subject to the limitations detailed in the Graduation Policy . Radford University reserves for itself and its departments the right to withdraw or change the announcements in this catalog.

Radford University does not discriminate with regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, national origin, religion or political affiliation in the administration of its educational programs, activities, admission or employment practices. Inquiries may be directed to the Director of Human Resources at P.O. Box 6889, 600 Tyler Ave. Telephone: voice (540) 831-5008; hearing impaired (540) 831-5128. (See University Non-Discrimination Policies )

Responsibility of the Student

The student must become familiar with the academic policies, curriculum requirements and associated deadlines posted in this catalog, which is available in both paper and electronic versions. The academic advisor will advise the student on all matters related to his/her program of study and will aid the student in the interpretation of policies whenever necessary. However, it is ultimately the student s responsibility to be cognizant of and comply with all university policies and procedures and to meet all stated requirements for the degree. It is also the student s responsibility to frequently monitor campus email and the university Web portal, as these electronic means of communication have replaced mass mailings as the university s most effective and efficient ways to disseminate important information to the campus community. Failure to read official emails and university Web portal communications in a timely manner does not relieve students from their responsibility to take appropriate action(s) on the information contained in them. For information about Radford University s extensive technology services available free to all students, see Technology Services .

The Honor Pledge

The Radford University Honor Pledge provides the foundation for a university community in which freedom, trust and respect can prevail. In accepting admission to Radford University, each student makes a commitment to support and uphold the Honor Code without compromise or exception.

The Honor Pledge: I shall uphold the values and ideals of Radford University by engaging in responsible behavior and striving always to be accountable for my actions while holding myself and others to the highest moral and ethical standards of academic integrity and good citizenship as defined in the Standards of Student Conduct .


Court Reporting & Stenographer Schools – Online Court Reporter Training #court #reporting,


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Fast Start Your Court Reporting Career

Court reporting is one of the most unique and rewarding careers available in the job market today. When comparing the potential income to the relatively minimal amount of training time that is required, it becomes a highly desirable field to consider. However, not everyone can be, or should be, a stenographer. It is a skill that requires extreme dedication to succeed. If you have the personal drive to become a court reporter, we can help you take that first step.

Choosing a Court Reporting School or Training Program
Proper education and training is an absolute necessity for becoming a good court reporter. Our extensive list of schools throughout the United States allows the potential student to compare a variety of training providers. Research NCRA-approved and regionally accredited programs offered at educational institutions in traditional campus environments or through home-based distance learning. Students can easily find information on the certificate and degree programs available in your area from some of the top court reporting and stenographer schools in the country by using our find schools and requirements by state page or by checking out the various featured online schools located throughout our website.

Types of Jobs Available
Many people do not realize that less than one third of court reporters actually work in a courtroom. These individuals are called “official court reporters,” and they generally work in the same courtroom on a daily basis. The majority of reporters are referred to as “freelance court reporters,” and they work with different attorneys or agencies every day. And there are also digital court reporters, which primarily set up and maintain the necessary equipment to create an accurate record of a proceeding.

Judicial court reporting is not the only field that requires these versatile skills. Stenographers can transition into different and higher-paying positions, such as providing real-time reporting for webcasts and broadcast captioning or Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) services for the deaf and hard of hearing. With such a variety of options, employment opportunities for people with court reporter training and skills are almost always available.

For a student to be successful in performing stenography through machine shorthand or a stenomask, proper training is also necessary. Students are typically taught the principles and the applicable theory of stenography, as well as additional subject matter such as court reporting software applications, business law, and legal and medical terminology.

Informational Articles.

Education Requirements for Court Reporters
What are the different requirements for each career in the field of court reporting? This article explains the training needed to become an official or freelance judicial court reporter, as well as a closed captioner.

Court Reporting Software
Do your due diligence when deciding what court reporter software to buy. The software can be expensive and is not available from your typical software dealer.

Closed and/or Broadcast Captioning
If you are seeking a rewarding career and like to help others, consider a career in the closed or broadcast captioning industry. To become a captioner, the same skills as a court reporter need to be acquired.

Finding a Job as a Court Reporter
A career in stenography can be challenging but very rewarding as well. This article maps out the basic path and offers suggestions to someone who wants to land that court reporter job.

Digital Versus Traditional Court Reporting
In this article you’ll find the pros and cons of both traditional and digital reporting, as well as details on a number of the newer technologies used by modern-day stenographers.

Voice Writing
There are several different careers in court reporting and being a voice writer is one of them. This article explains what a career in voice writing entails and also the importance of stenomasks and how they’re used.

Stenography Explained
Recording speech using shortcuts or symbols is what a stenographer do during their careers. Today with technological advances, stenography is done primarily using a stenotype machine accompanied by wired and wireless laptops.

Our state pages also include specific details on the various certification requirements and regulations for each state, useful links to local associations and boards, as well as general salary information broken down by location. You can also get additional contact details like phone numbers and addresses on our court reporter school directory page .

In order help you make the most informed decision you can about which program is best for you, we also make it extremely easy to get in touch with the school you are interested in by simply visiting their site or requesting more information directly from them using the no obligation forms on this site.

If you are looking for salary information and additional details on this exciting field be sure to check out our Article Library or use the left or right hand column navigation.

Whether you choose to earn a degree or diploma, or attend a training program at a campus or online, court reporting provides a wide variety of career options that few professions can match. When dedicating your time and money to your education, choose the path that gives you the most benefit. A career in court reporting offers flexibility, great income potential and above-average job growth, all of which can be a winning combination when investing in your future!


Telephone English #english-learning, #learn #english, #english #courses, #english #course, #online, #audio, #dialogues,


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Telephone English

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Identifying yourself

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Identifying your company

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Asking to be put through to the extension you need

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Summary

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Getting Through

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Giving further information about the purpose of your call

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Telephone English / Starting the call
Explaining where you are calling from

Resource type: Useful phrases, with audio
Level: Beginner

Practical English: Hotel; Telephone English / Booking a hotel room
I d like to book a room please.

Resource type: Role-play exercise, with audio
Level: Upper-intermediate

Practical English: Hotel; Telephone English / Telephone facilities
How do I get an outside line?

Resource type: Dialogue, with audio
Level: Pre-intermediate

Practical English: Hotel; Telephone English / Telephone facilities
How do I get an outside line?

Resource type: Role-play exercise, with audio
Level: Upper-intermediate

Practical English: Hotel; Telephone English / Room service
I d like some breakfast, please.

Resource type: Dialogue, with audio
Level: Pre-intermediate


PLC SCADA Basics Training, Certification, Online Testing #plc #scada #online #training, #plc


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PLC SCADA Training Programs

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Social Work – BSc (Hons) – Undergraduate course #course #in #social #work


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Social Work – BSc (Hons)

Why study this course?

Social work is a profession that has its history rooted in the principles of equality and social justice. Accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), this demanding course enables you to practice as a social worker. You ll benefit from our extensive links with statutory organisations, local authorities and the voluntary sector, and from the experience our lecturers bring to their teaching. London Met is the 2017 preferred provider of the The North East London (NEL) commissioning panel, representing the Social Work Development Partnership of five local authorities. The partnership has commissioned us to train existing social workers who can supervise graduates starting out in social work, meaning you ll receive a continuity of support by London Met from your education through to your career.

Accreditation

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More about this course

The Social Work BSc (Hons) is a professionally accredited course providing the knowledge, skills and values required by social workers which enables successful students to register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). It s been designed to meet the Standards of Proficiency (SOPs) as defined by the HCPC and the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) requirements (originally set out by The College of Social Work).

We ve integrated the nine areas of the PCF for social workers into our modules. The nine areas are:

  • professionalism
  • values and ethics
  • diversity
  • rights, both justice and economic
  • knowledge
  • judgement
  • critical reflection and analysis
  • contexts and organisations
  • professional leadership

Knowledge, skills and values in these core areas will help you develop a professional identity as a social worker, enabling you to become a reflective, resilient and effective social work practitioner.

This course is informed by research, evidence, current policy, practice and theoretical perspectives. You ll learn in a structured and dynamic environment with considerable interaction and through interprofessional learning with experienced academic staff, service users, other professional students as well key social work partners and practitioners.

The three-year period of study includes two placements, with at least one of the placements giving you experience of statutory social work tasks involving legal interventions and the provision of services to contrasting service user groups.

Assessment

You re assessed via essays, exams, oral presentations, group work, a portfolio and two periods of assessed practice placements.

You ll also undertake supervised social work practice within at least two different practice settings over a minimum of 170 days during the course, as well as undertaking 30 skills days.

Professional accreditation

This course is accredited by the HCPC .

Entry requirements

  • a minimum of grades BBC in A levels (or a minimum of 112 UCAS points from an equivalent Level 3 qualification, eg Advanced Diploma)
  • a minimum of six months previous experience (at the point of application) either in a paid or voluntary capacity of working directly with vulnerable people normally within a social care or health context
  • GCSE Mathematics and English grade C (grade 4 from 2017) or above (or equivalent qualification, eg Key Skills Communication Level 2 and Numeracy Level 2)

Applications are welcome from mature students who have passed appropriate Access or other preparatory courses or have appropriate work experience.

Please note that we are not offering university equivalence tests to students offered a place on this course.

It is essential that you have experience in either a paid or voluntary capacity of working directly with vulnerable people, normally within a social care or health context. Successful applicants will be required to provide a reference from a current or previous employer/organisation in which the candidate gained the requisite practical experience.

All offers of places are subject to satisfactory health and enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks and suitable references. All students who are offered a place will also be required to show original documentation confirming their stated qualifications in order to receive an unconditional offer of a place.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend a selection day where they will be required to take a written test, participate in a group exercise and attend an individual interview. Service users, and current social work practitioners are actively involved in the selection process.

Please ensure that your UCAS application highlights how you meet the above criteria. Given the volume of applications per year any form that does not meet the above conditions unfortunately will not be processed.

Due to statutory requirements, we are not able to offer sponsorship under the Tier 4 visa route for this course. We will be happy to consider those falling into this category for an alternative suitable course on request. Overseas nationals who already hold an alternative visa in a suitable category or have been granted permission to remain in the UK indefinitely and EU nationals may be considered for admission but please note that an additional international enhanced DBS check will be required.

All applicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language. For more information about English qualifications please see our English language requirements .

Modular structure

The modules listed below are for the academic year 2017/18 and represent the course modules at this time. Modules and module details (including, but not limited to, location and time) are subject to change over time.

Year 1 modules include: