Frontline programme information evening: Reading
Do you want to be the difference in the lives of vulnerable children and families?
Are you a recent graduate or a career changer?
Frontline are delighted to hold an information evening in Reading, for anyone interested in moving into the career of social work.
The Frontline Leadership Development Programme offers you the opportunity to transform the lives of vulnerable children, training as a child protection social worker and completing a fully-funded postgraduate diploma and masters qualifications.
We are hosting this event to give career changers and recent graduates based in the South East an insight to the Frontline programme and a career in social work.
This event gives you the opportunity to:
Hear more from our recruitment team, staff at Frontline, and current participants on the programme.
Learn more about the programme and why you might want to consider a career in social work.
Network with members of the organisation and gain an insight into the application process.
Ask questions you may have regarding a career in social work or the Frontline programme.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
These events are being held for those individuals who have already graduated and are considering switching to a career in social work. You are welcome to attend one of our networking evenings regardless of whether you have previously applied for the Frontline programme.
Applicants to the Frontline programme are required to have a minimum of a 2:1 and a C or above in GCSE English and Maths (or equivalent). One exception to this is that we can also accept a 2:2 if a level 7 qualification has been achieved. If you have any questions about this, please visit: https://thefrontline.org.uk/our-programmes/frontline-programme/eligibility-requirements/