Ba hons in applied social care in Dublin business school
As a Social Care practitioner, you will work in a wide variety of settings, providing professional care for people with mental or physical disability, the older person, children in residential care, or those dealing with substance use issues. Today s Social Care sector is rapidly changing and you need to be motivated and flexible to succeed. The hallmark of the BA (Hons) in Applied Social Care is to provide the necessary theoretical foundations and interpersonal skills allied to the practical skills training essential to working in a Social Care environment. Such skills include manual handling, hygiene control and first aid and this training is provided in our purpose-built Social Care practice facility at DBS.
Assessed on the basis of age, work experience, general education standard, motivation and commitment to the programme for which they are applying, forward documentation such as any relevant transcripts, a CV or any other related documentation to the Admissions Office. Proof of age such as a copy of driver s licence or passport must also be submitted, IELTS score 6.0 (or equivalent).
The BA (Hons) in Applied Social Care will equip learners with the skills for work in a variety of social care contexts. Both government and private sector have shown high levels of demand for graduates trained in applied social care. Graduates may take up employment by the state or private sector and in community-based organisations. Social care, workers may work with:, Children and adolescents in residential care, People with learning or physical disabilities, People who are homeless, People with alcohol/drug dependency, Families in the community, Older people, Recent immigrants to Ireland