Social workers have played a vital role in the Covid-19 pandemic, from safeguarding children, to supporting families and adults including older people who have care and support needs. The demand for social workers was high before the pandemic, and the need has only increased since. Dr Tracee Green, Director of Studies for the Social Work Degree Apprenticeship at the University of Kent (@UniKent), explains the benefits of pursuing a Social Work Degree Apprenticeship (SWDA) as a route into the field.
In response to the recent University Council of Modern Languages and British Academy report’s revelation of student admission trends, Dr Alvise Sforza Tarabochia, Head of the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics and Lecturer in Italian at the University of Kent said:
#INWED21 @UniKent - To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day (23 June), researchers from the University of Kent’s School of Engineering and Digital Arts (EDA), explain their career journeys in engineering, and why more women in engineering can make a difference to the industry.
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