The Chief Social Workers in England are working together to implement the social care WRES. Here, Isabelle Trowler reflects on the importance of the WRES and empowering all social workers, regardless of ethnicity.
Farrah Khan MBE and Sharon Davidson, co-chairs of the Principal Child and Family Social Worker (PCFSW) Network, share the values that inspired them to become social workers and reflect on the power of the relationships they have built with families.
Farrah Khan MBE and Sharon Davidson, co-chairs of the Principal Child and Family Social Worker (PCFSW) Network, discuss the importance of forging a strong female partnership and the friendship they found along the way.
Principal Social Worker, Sam Clayton OBE, reflects on the changes to social work practice since COVID-19 and why trusted relationships are key to working through the pandemic.
Craig, Deputy Team Manager for Adoption in Wigan, reflects on his feelings of responsibility to complete NAAS and why it might open opportunities in the future.
Social workers make important decisions about children and their family lives. It's skilled work that demands the same level of attention as other professions. The outcomes are just as important. Read why Jacky Tiotto thinks national accreditation has the potential to strengthen and grow the social work workforce.
Encouraging team development whilst supporting children and families is no easy task. Loredana Grigore shares her approach to NAAS and why putting social workers first, is the best course of action.