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The success of a newly qualified social worker’s first year relies on the retention of experienced staff to work with them

on Fri, 01/31/2014 - 14:14
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The success of a newly qualified social worker’s first year relies on the retention of experienced staff to work with them

Employers must be careful to maintain the right balance between newly qualified and experienced employees, says social worker Nikki Burton

Support for newly qualified social workers (NQSWs) in England has significantly improve over the last two years, thanks largely to work by the Social Work Task Force and The College of Social Work, and the development of the assessed and supported year in employment (ASYE). This has seen an increase in NQSW employment, particularly in the public sector, where ASYE programmes are more easily accessed.

For some local authorities, this can mean a higher

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Introducing the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses - How a government covers up for it's own pedophiles

on Tue, 10/29/2013 - 12:41
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Introducing the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses - How a government covers up for it's own peodophiles

Justice McClellan in this you tube video you say in it we are believed when we have told our story and I was one of many who have done a private hearing , still I was told nothing could be done for me so the perpertrators still get away with the crimes I suffered how is this justice for me when no action is going to be taken can you please answer me that regards, Micheal Brown.

Justice McClellan this you tube video you say that the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to the abuse of children is to examine how children who were abused have been treated.

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Adoption from US Foster Care - how does it impact your life?

on Sat, 12/22/2012 - 03:27
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Adoption from US Foster Care - how does it impact your life?
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Seven brilliant guides to help social workers respond to child sexual exploitation

on Fri, 12/14/2012 - 21:05
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Seven brilliant guides to help social workers respond to child sexual exploitation

Child sexual exploitation is an insidious form of child abuse that has damaging and long lasting impacts, writes Emilie Smeaton, research director of Paradigm research.

Over the past two years there has been an explosion of media attention upon child sexual exploitation (CSE) and a general awareness among professionals that children from a range of social and ethnic backgrounds experience, or are at risk of, this abuse. 

Despite the voluntary sector working tirelessly to address CSE and the government publishing guidance and an Action Plan, the needs of victims are often not met.