By Wade Tovey, Robert Adams, Linda de Chenu, Lesley Duggan, Ian Duncan, Lee Brogatski, Malcolm Payne, James Reid, Mary Rayner, Michael Preston-Shoot, Terry Murphy, David Nulty, Brian Littlechild, Nigel Leech, Martin J. Leveridge, Jo Levie, Maire Maisch, Magg
' & Hellip;[A]n first-class and well timed booklet. it truly is sincerely written regardless of the adaptation in authors and is constant common and presentation. & hellip;very accomplished protecting parts that might mostly be neglected with PQ comparable to loss and the strategic method of PQ.'. - Graham Ixer, Head of Social paintings schooling, the overall Social Care Council (GSCC). 'This is a much-needed ebook in this increasingly very important sector of social paintings schooling and perform. It offers crucial fabric for these learning on post-qualifying programmes, highlighting quite a lot of perform components, [and is. Read more...
content material: enticing with carrying on with expert improvement: without or with qualification? / Michael Preston-Shoot --
Reflective, serious and transformational perform / Robert Adams --
Ethics and values in idea and in perform / Mary Rayner --
The social context of post-qualifying perform / Nigel Leech --
Integrating thought and perform at post-qualifying point / Ian Duncan --
Post-qualifying experiences: ecu and foreign contexts / Malcolm Payne --
getting to know perform / Terry Murphy and David Nulty --
constructing inclusive perform in kids and households social paintings / James Reid --
neighborhood care and care administration / Martin Leveridge --
psychological healthiness social paintings / Linda de Chenu --
studying disabilities this day: built-in operating / Mike Wren --
operating with younger offenders / Denis Hart --
overview / Brian Littlechild and James Reid --
'I simply don't desire to head there': sexuality in social paintings schooling and perform / pleasure Trotter ... [et al.] --
brooding about loss to make experience of our self / Maggie Jackson --
The demanding situations of perform studying this present day / Jackie Gilchrist --
clients' and carers' involvement in schooling and repair supply / Wade Tovey --
The PQ framework in England from 2007 / Vicki Lawson-Brown --
Adopting a strategic method of post-qualifying studying / Paula Sobiechowska --
using portfolios in social paintings schooling / Maire Maisch.
summary: ' & Hellip;[A]n very good and well timed e-book. it really is in actual fact written regardless of the adaptation in authors and is constant well-liked and presentation. & hellip;very finished protecting components that may commonly be neglected with PQ equivalent to loss and the strategic method of PQ.'. - Graham Ixer, Head of Social paintings schooling, the final Social Care Council (GSCC). 'This is a much-needed booklet in this more and more vital sector of social paintings schooling and perform. It offers crucial fabric for these learning on post-qualifying programmes, highlighting quite a lot of perform components, [and is
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For me it is more at the level of personal social interactions and the emotional life that accompanies those interactions. Recently a second-year degree student, in an emotionally charged conversation, said that she had given up a very good job as an office worker to become a 54 THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF POST-QUALIFYING PRACTICE / 55 social worker. She now realised that she was spending years of her life studying, just to become an office worker again. This has been reinforced by comments from recently qualified social workers in practice.
There was more than one model. There were different forms of model applied to test how much support, for example, would be needed to ensure this or that tower did not fall down. There was an infrastructure of ideas and theories, embedded in the practice. This is where the present handbook comes in. One way forward is to try to develop a discourse for basic qualification and post-qualification social work education and training that is both accessible and usable in practice, yet conceptually robust and rich enough to contribute both to practice development and the development of theory.
She wishes the social worker to provide residential accommodation and care. During discussion on the conflicting duties of the social worker to the user and her carer, and the use of ‘ethical theory’ to resolve this dilemma, there is an outburst from the social worker, which may be paraphrased thus: What is the point of this nonsense? I don’t have the resources to provide any kind of residential care. Before I began this [ethics] course I thought I had done a ‘good’ job if I went on a home visit and came back with the response that ‘they did not meet my agency’s criteria’.
The Post-Qualifying Handbook for Social Workers by Wade Tovey, Robert Adams, Linda de Chenu, Lesley Duggan, Ian Duncan, Lee Brogatski, Malcolm Payne, James Reid, Mary Rayner, Michael Preston-Shoot, Terry Murphy, David Nulty, Brian Littlechild, Nigel Leech, Martin J. Leveridge, Jo Levie, Maire Maisch, Magg