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Review of Degree in Social Work

The Review of Social Work Education, led by the SSSC, has continued during 2015-2016 with broader engagement and involvement of the sector to help develop recommendations to improve the design and delivery of social work degree qualifying programmes.

There were three main work streams which focused on:

  • gathering additional evidence
  • developing a collective understanding of what shared professional learning will look like
  • exploring options and appraising models for resourcing a future social work degree programme.

Report and recommendations

A report outlining the progress of phase two and next steps of the review is available below:

http://www.sssc.uk.com/about-the-sssc/multimedia-library/publications/70-education-and-training/2016-rswe-phase2-report

Social Work Education

At this Thursday’s meeting we will be asking if anyone is interested in attending an engagement event around social work education on 23 March. You can read the invite and the paper here: 2015-Review-Social-Work-Education-phase1-paper CSWO across all LAs – invite letter

Please let us know if you would be interested in attending.

Social Work Degree Feedback

Unfortunately I have just heard that Moira Lyne, who was going to give us an input on the integration of Health and Social Care, is unable to make the meeting tomorrow.

I have been in touch with the SSSC (who are currently reviewing social work education and PRTL requirements in Scotland) and they are keen to have some practitioner feedback. I suggest we use the time set aside for Moira to have some small group discussion on this topic instead. I have no doubt it will be a great conversation starter!

Ciara


Next ELPF meeting: Wednesday 23 August, 09:30-12:30, Venue to be confirmedAugust 23rd, 2017
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