November 26 2008
This report describes the development of Key Capabilities in Child Care and Protection, which set out the knowledge and skills an emerging social worker should have in relation to children and their needs by the point of qualifying.
The report ...
June 11 2008
Anne Spiers, Learning and Development Advisor at City of Edinburgh Council explains how she works with students across the Council using the Extended Link Worker Model, describing the pros and cons of such a collaborative way of working.
May 19 2008
Robert Gordon University are running another free workshop - Embedding the Key Capabilities in Child Care & Child Protection in Practice Learning, the event would be relevant for Practice Teachers and Link Supervisors.
Venue: The Robert ...
Key Capabilities in Child Care and Protection
Introduction to the project
This action research project aims to support the embedding of Key Capabilities across both the taught and practice elements of social work programmes. This involves a wide range of stakeholders who are currently involved in the creative learning and assessment of students across diverse settings and your views are all equally important to successful outcomes.
Find out more about the project.
Collaboration within the project with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) is a vital component to help you keep abreast of the latest developments in respect of their role.
Find out more about the role of the SSSC.
Frequently Asked Questions about Key Capabilities.
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