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Good

Advantagessimple, easy to understand

Disadvantagesnot enough detail

...Using the Law in Social Work is a book that seems to be aimed at social work students rather than qualified practitioners who I would expect to have a better knowledge of the law than this book provides. As such this review has been written more for social work students than social workers but equally if you are a social worker who has been out of practice for some time or you are changing...

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Excellent

AdvantagesAmazing course if you have the right kind of value base!

DisadvantagesNo good if you are a fascist! (is that a disadvantage?????)

...I am a student social worker at the University of Plymouth, I began my course last year and have recently progressed into my second year. The course is three years in length and has been designed to facilitate employment based learning. Once qualified the course provides you with the new nationally recognised qualification in social work and an honours degree. To be accepted onto the course...

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Super

AdvantagesProfessional degree, good job prospects and good financial support

DisadvantagesSometimes the term times are longer than other courses.

...I have just finished my first year as a Social Work student at the University of Birmingham. The first thing I noticed when I started was how friendly and supportive the staff and students were (I suppose this is obvious considering the area they are working in!) It is a fairly new course, and up until last year it was only available for those 21+. The Social Work BA is a professional degree...

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