Experts call for probation year for graduate social workers

April 2009
Community Care;4/16/2009, Issue 1766, p7
The article reports that the Association of Professors of Social Work has urged the British government to overhaul training but retain the generic degree in social work in Great Britain. The members of the Association have suggested a probationary year for social work graduates. The Association also suggests expansion of the two-year foundation course in social care.


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