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We support employers and universities to develop an apprenticeship specifically for social work.
The apprentice will be awarded with a degree as part of the programme and will be assessed at the end, with the result graded. This apprenticeship was accepted by the professional regulator at the time, HCPC, and by the current regulator, Social Work England.
Read the standard and assessment plan published by the Institute for Apprenticeships.
Levy paying organisations can use their apprenticeship levy to fund the social worker apprenticeship training and end-point assessment. Non-levy organisations will pay 5% of the agreed cost, with the Government paying the rest. Find out more.
Social work apprenticeship briefing: options for employing a Practice Educator
Our guidance with the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) explores the implications of engaging a Practice Educator as part of a Social Work apprenticeship.
Our FAQs for employers and FAQs for learning providers can assist with any enquiries. For specific support on social work apprenticeships please email WILD@skillsforcare.org.uk
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