Cameron's social work reforms

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Workforce, Children

DfE to tackle risk of accreditation bias against older and minority staff

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money

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No ‘immediate’ fee hike for social workers under new regulator, says government

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Workforce

Next steps for accreditation – what social workers need to know

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Workforce

Government sets out stance on mandatory accreditation

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Workforce

Social work provider considers selling franchise to councils

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improvement

Workforce

Council ordered to hand more services to independent trust

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savings

Workforce, Children

Adopting more children from care will save £310m, says government

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Workforce

Government accused of ducking scrutiny on social work reforms

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Workforce, Children

Government ends intervention in previously ‘inadequate’ services

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parliament

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All social workers should care about the Children and Social Work Bill

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Josh MacAlister, Frontline

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Birmingham partners Frontline scheme in bid to improve ‘inadequate’ children’s services

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Workforce

‘Social workers might not miss the HCPC. But we’ll miss its independence’

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Workforce, Children

Council set to lose control of ‘inadequate’-rated children’s services

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thoughts

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20 things social workers who have sat the accreditation test think about it

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Social worker workload

Workforce, Children

Social workers unimpressed with government’s digital test of their knowledge and skills

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question

Workforce, Children

Are independent children’s trusts really the answer to struggling services?

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