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This webinar will provide information to assist social workers who are in the process of renewing their registration with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council), which is a requirement for all social workers practising in England. Panellists: Elizabeth Njenga (Chair) - BASW England Committee Jennifer Burton - Social Work Assessor Consultant and BASW England Professional Development and Capabilities Framework PPEG Clenton Farquharson - Service User, Trainer and Consultant Robert Templeton - Council member for the HCPC Julie Richards - Independent Social Worker, previously selected for HCPC audit
Webinar: "Understanding and implementing the changes to the Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) in England"
BASW published the refreshed PCF in June 2018. Now we are supporting the whole sector to understand and embed the changes in this webinar.
The central focus of this book is on the early professional development needs of social workers. It has been compiled by editors with extensive experience of social work practice, education and research. The collection examines the radical changes that have taken place in social work over the last decade within the wider context of welfare policy and practice change within the United Kingdom. "... the real potential of this book is in bridging the gap between education and qualified practice. Social work educators, students and those employing newly qualified social workers should read this and discuss the transition from student...
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Devolution in Wales has come of age. It has had profound impacts on policy directions, on how social welfare practitioners are trained and carry out their work and on wider issues of national identity that affect the social relations of welfare. This text critically engages with the impact of devolution on welfare practice in one of the devolved nations of the UK. In this second edition leading academics in the field outline and review the policy framework and political philosophy and values underpinning core areas of welfare practice. They reflect on over a decade of devolution and assess developments across...