Post-qualifying social work - Consolidating social work practice with Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE)
Social Work and Community
The Post-qualifying social work - Consolidating social work practice with Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) course is designed to help you support newly qualified social workers undergoing their ASYE.
To apply for this course, you must be a qualified and registered social worker with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
How will I learn?
The course involves 12 weekly morning sessions of teaching at our Stratford campus, led by Senior Lecturer Robin Mutter.
The number of mornings required to complete this course at our Stratford campus.
Teaching and Learning
Learn academic skills at master's level while learning to support newly-qualified social workers undergoing there AYSE.
Fees and funding
The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) are here to help you navigate
your finances while you're a student at the University of East London.
We can give you advice, information and guidance on government and
university funds so that you receive your full funding entitlement.
Phone: 020 8223 4444
What you'll learn
The Post-qualifying social work - Consolidating social work practice with Assessed and Supported Year in Employment is an accredited MA-level short course with 30 credits. You can study it flexibly as standalone short course with credit, or use it as a building block for a postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma or Master of Arts course.
You can also apply for accredited prior learning through UEL’s ACL system to progress towards a postgraduate award.
Your future career
This course will help you develop your ability to support newly qualified social workers during their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (AYSE).
It gives you the chance to update your skills in practice interventions, and deepen your knowledge base about current research and policy in contemporary practice. It is also linked to your professional requirement as a social worker to provide evidence of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of your continued registration with the Health and Care Professions Council. It is also mapped to the Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) of the College of Social Work.