Social Work Development Partnership
Supporting employers to work with higher education institutions to make sure people studying for a social work degree get high quality experience of practical social work.
CWDC is working in partnership with Skills for Care, who support the adult social work workforce, and the GSCC who regulate social work education and training. Support is provided to employers to ensure that people studying for a social work degree get a high quality experience of practical social work, and that social workers get high quality continuing professional development opportunities.
More information about this work can be found at www.practicelearning.org.uk
- New year spirit spurs applicants to Be the difference 09 January
- The new year and new decade have spurred people on to look for a more meaningful career with over 40,000 registering their interest in becoming a social worker with children and families.
- CWDC welcomes Social Work Task Force's report 01 December
- The Social Work Task Force today published findings from its review of the social work sector. The report's recommendations look at how recent progress in supporting the social work profession can be enhanced and identify what more could to done to improv
- Campaign fuels surge in children's social work enquiries 10 November
- More than 30,000 people want to become children's social workers following the launch of a hard-hitting recruitment campaign.
- Managing change 21 September
- A NEW pilot which brings children's social work managers together to share best practice and ways of working has been launched by the Children's Workforce Development Council (CWDC).
- Public called upon to ‘be the difference’ 11 September
- The Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC) has launched a high profile recruitment campaign to recruit high calibre social workers to support children and families.