Preparatory class for Social Worker Assistant programme entrance exam
The main objective of the social worker is to restore social ties, to help people regain their independence and ensure their social integration.
The social worker must inform and advise them of their rights to social benefits, medical care and education. They must also guide the people they meet towards the relevant authorities and of course, support their requests.
Classes are held from October to March, for 21 weeks. They are held twice a week, to give students the time and opportunity to do a work placement during the rest of the week.
Classes take place on Thursdays and Fridays.
Internships are spread across the length of the course (either chosen by the student or suggested by IPAC). Doing an internship alongside classes can allow students to gain an understanding of the realities of the profession, and it will make them more capable of discussing professional topics during interviews during the admission process.
Together, the work placement and the internship make up around 35 hours per week.
Candidates must (State requirements) :
- Be over the age of 17 by 31st December before the course starts.
- Have completed a School Leaving Certificate
- Final year high school students may apply, but their admission onto the course will be subject to their success to their School Leaving Certificate
Type of exams
- General culture of social and sanitary conditions
- Aptitude tests
- Oral exam
Exam dates : The dates are set by the Institutes. You can contact them for more information.
IPAC campus offering this course