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The West Midlands Social Work Teaching Partnership: improving standards of social work

The West Midlands Social Work Teaching Partnership’s main aim is to improve and maintain high standards of social work education through research and practice. The Partnership is a collaboration bet read more

The West Midlands Social Work Teaching Partnership’s main aim is to improve and maintain high standards of s read more

Social Work Application Forms | What you need to know

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Relational safeguarding: a model for child exploitation that works

Former chief crown prosecutor for north-west England Nazir Afzal OBE has described Pace’s Relational Safeguarding Model which underpins its Level 4 Accredited Award in Child Sexual Exploitation ( read more

Former chief crown prosecutor for north-west England Nazir Afzal OBE has described Pace’s Relational Safegu read more

The OSS Store is now live – Discounted social work and care books and resources

We’re delighted to announce the launch our brand new One Stop Social Store, which will be the only discounted books and resources store for the social work and care community. With up to 30% discoun read more

We’re delighted to announce the launch our brand new One Stop Social Store, which will be the only discounte read more

How digital technology can transform social care – TEC

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CAN Training Investigates: Are Funded Apprenticeships right for your Staff?

One of the most common queries we get at CAN Training is from Residential Children's Home Managers or Business Owners who want to understand the different funding routes available in order for their s read more

One of the most common queries we get at CAN Training is from Residential Children's Home Managers or Business read more

Supporting Young People in Care

There seems to be an unspoken assumption that when we talk about children in care on a day to day basis, we’re picturing a very young child. It’s the image we see in films and tv shows, of a child read more

There seems to be an unspoken assumption that when we talk about children in care on a day to day basis, we’ read more

Active Listening Skills and Person Centred Approach in Social Work

Social workers practice not only in the traditional social care services (both Adults & Children & Young People), but also in schools; the military; third sector, voluntary services and local read more

Social workers practice not only in the traditional social care services (both Adults & Children & You read more

Join the Social Work Community: Pursuing a career in social work with the University of Manchester

People come to a career in social work through a variety of routes. Some come as career changers. Mature students come into social work having experienced successful careers in other areas of employm read more

People come to a career in social work through a variety of routes. Some come as career changers. Mature stud read more

NQSW explores relationships as the heart of social work

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