The independent social worker's evidence was in direct conflict with that of two other social workers assessing the man
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Social workers threaten industrial action if government hands children’s services to independent trust
Sandwell Unison members approve motion that means a ballot will be held if the government makes plans to move children's services outside of council control
Community Care Inform Children is the essential learning and practice tool for all children’s social workers
The memorandum of cooperation on children's agency social workers has been signed up to by 29 of the 32 London boroughs
Mr Justice Hayden called on the local authority to involve the whole family in making a care plan for two children
His actions were deemed to be 'fundamentally incompatible' with registration as a social worker
Ted Daszkiewicz explains how social workers in Merton are learning techniques to do genuine partnership working with young people and families
We should scrutinise government policy but support all social work trainees, regardless of the route they choose, writes Social Work Tutor
A Welsh practitioner shares his concerns about the upcoming implementation of the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act
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Daniel Johnson tells Community Care about when he first knew he wanted to be a social worker, and why the fast-track route was for him
Edward Timpson's comments came the day before the launch of an inquiry into the impact of cuts on children's services
Some practitioners who completed assessed year in 2015 are without certificates, following closure of College of Social Work
Fast-track training schemes will produce a quarter of all new children's social workers by 2018 but what's the impact of such rapid expansion?
The Peterborough social worker also told a catalogue of lies and made threats to foster carers