How you’ll be assessed
A range of assessment methods are used within the programme including; written assignments, reflective writing, case studies, presentations, portfolio of evidence, skills evaluation and direct observation of students’ practice.
Across each year of the programme, students will complete a Work Place Evidence Tool (WPET) which is a portfolio where you complete work-related tasks and reflections that are mapped against the Professional Capabilities Framework for Social Work. This runs through the academic year and is completed alongside each individual module. This enables you to directly relate theory to practice as you go through the programme.
Module assessments are based on the module assignments and passing the Workplace Evidence Tool (WPET) assignments. This applies to all modules except the Introduction to Foundation Degree Study (Year 1) and Research Minded Practitioner (Year 2) modules, which are assessed on the module assignment alone.