Social Work involves working with individuals, families and communities to empower and bring about change within society. Whether you are interested in working with children and families or with adults. Our degree programme has been designed and develop to produce graduates who are professionally respected, skilled and highly employable. This course offers students the opportunity to gain a professional qualification in Social Work, entitling them to apply for professional registration with the Health and Care Professions Council. You will be supported and guided through both your studies and professional practice placements by experienced and industry respected professionals. Our academic staff are research active, using their own professional networks and knowledge to inform their teaching and deliver a relevant, modern and practical skills base on which to develop your career. This programme works with service users and the wider community to help design the curriculum and ensure that the units studied are appropriate in meeting the required skills and experience for professional practice. The Social Work team at Manchester Met work closely with major local employers who also contribute and influence the content of our degree programme, providing placement opportunities across a range of sectors which ensure that our graduates complete the programme with the skills and abilities that employers are looking for.