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Progress of Reform Merton January 2013. Taskforce Recommendations. High calibre of entrants Better initial and post-qualifying training Partnerships between employers and HEIs Supervision, support & right tools for the job National leadership of the profession Better public understanding.

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Progress of reform merton january 2013

Progress of Reform

Merton

January 2013


Taskforce recommendations

Taskforce Recommendations

  • High calibre of entrants

  • Better initial and post-qualifying training

  • Partnerships between employers and HEIs

  • Supervision, support & right tools for the job

  • National leadership of the profession

  • Better public understanding


Social work reform board

Social Work Reform Board

  • Established by last Government

  • Endorsed by Coalition Government

  • 32 organisations

  • Underpins Munro Review of child protection

  • Changing context – budget cuts, abolition of GSCC,CWDC, Family Justice Review, Adoption Action Plan and more


Social work reform 1

Social Work Reform(1)

  • Admissions & selection guidance

  • Curriculum framework

  • Practice learning guidelines

  • Principles for good partnership working

  • Professional capabilities framework (PCF) defining excellent social work practice


Social work reform 2

Social Work Reform(2)

  • Assessed and supported year in employment (ASYE)

  • Continuing professional development framework

  • Supply & Demand Model

  • Standards for Employers & Supervision Framework


Employers standard

Employers Standard

  • Agreed set of standards for organisations who employ social workers

  • Appropriate support with regular high quality supervision

  • Adequate resources & access to training and learning

  • Fair and transparent case allocation

  • In stewardship of Local Government Association


Why it matters

Why it matters

Ofsted Report ‘High expectations, high support and high challenge’ (2011)

“Effectively supported front-line staff were able to improve outcomes for children and young people with child protection plans.

Children became safer, healthier, less anxious, happier, more able to learn and more effectively supported by their wider families”


What happens now

What happens now?

College of Social Work

Chief Social Worker and Principal Social Workers

Higher Education

Employers

Social Workers


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