The regulator is examining whether Rotherham social workers past and present should face fitness to practice hearings following child sexual exploitation report
A care worker has had conditions imposed on his registration after endangering care home residents
Community Care catches up with the Care UK strikers in Doncaster who say they won't stop until they are paid a 'decent living wage'
Care work diary: ‘Sometimes I feel as if I’m letting people down even though I’ve done everything I can’
Depression, disputes and paperwork make it a draining week for this anonymous child care worker
With the entry deadline just days away, the 2013 Adults Team of the Year urges practitioners to put themselves forward for the Social Worker of the Year Awards
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The charity's helpline chief has told Community Care that when evidence of serious poor practice is discovered, those responsible should “lose their job”
The new system of renewing your registration requires social workers to show evidence of CPD. Here's how to do it.
The Adults Team Leader of the Year says her team's response to her 2013 Social Work Award win made the event a career highlight
Blair McPherson on why a 'tell me what I long to hear' culture in a social services department should set alarm bells ringing
As part of the re-registration process, HCPC will audit 2.5% of all social workers. Here's how it works.
Don't get caught out: follow this fool-proof picture guide to renewing your registration before November
Advanced care practitioner Heather Fuller reveals how she went diving in an attempt to win the trust of Mark, a motor neurone sufferer
A survey by recruitment consultancy Liquid Personnel shows many social workers still unsure about the HCPC renewal process, which starts next week
Wirral social care whistleblower says “there’s not enough money in the world” to make up for his family’s trauma
Martin Morton blew the whistle on abuses in Wirral Council but five years on, he doesn't believe that much has changed
Community Care survey seeks to highlight the personal risks faced by the nation's social workers and social care staff
Two care homes in Kent face closure after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) said it had identified a ‘serious’ lack of suitably skilled nursing staff, issues with care records, and poor leadership at the services.
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