The SSSC Challenge – The social work degree in the 21st century

The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) Challenge opens at 7am on Friday 18 July 2014 and will be open for approximately three weeks. This is your opportunity to contribute ideas about how the social work degree can best deliver social workers who are fit for practice in the 21st century and become lifelong learners.

The SSSC is responsible for the approval and quality assurance of the social work degree. They want to be sure that the degree is as good as it can be to train social workers who can meet the challenges of the future.

The SSSC would like you to share your thoughts about what would make a difference so start preparing your ideas now. They are looking for ideas about the relevance and delivery of the degree, about how learning for practice is provided and how they might best approach post qualifying learning.

You can find out more about the SSSC Challenge here – and please spread the word.

If you need more information please contact karen.mclaughlin@sssc.uk.com

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