GSCC fails Manchester and Royal Holloway courses

April 2010
Community Care;4/29/2010, Issue 1816, p9
The article reports that General Social Care Council (GSCC) reveals the two universities that fail to meet the national standards for social work degree in London, England. These include University of Manchester and Royal Holloway, which withheld based on the annual report on social work education for 2008-2009. Manchester explains that the problem was due to the reduction of staff and lack of service user involvement while poor management of placement is the main reason for Holloway.


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