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Title Newly-qualified social workers : a guide to the assessed and supported year in employment / edited by Steven Keen, Jonathan Parker, Keith Brown, Di Galpin.
Publication Info Los Angeles : Learning Matters, 2016.
Edition Third edition.


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Descript 233 pages.
Edition Third edition.
Note Previous edition: 2013.
Contents Please mind the gap - Steven Keen and Jonathan Parker CPD, critical reflection and the ASYE - Steven Keen, Lynne Rutter, Keith Brown and Di Galpin with contributions from Angela (NQSW) and Jane (social worker) The social work ASYE - Mary Keating Managing transitions - Lee-Ann Fenge with contributions from Mark Hutton (manager), Tom (NQSW) and Tom's university tutors Managing induction, probation and supervision - Ivan Gray with contributions from Mary (NQSW) and Karen (carer) Managing the personal: from surviving to thriving in social work - Kate Howe with a contribution from Pru Caldwell-McGee (NQSW) Joining and contributing to a team - Anne Quinney with contributions from George (carer), Liz Slinn (social worker), Marion Davis, CBE (a former Director of Children's Services ) and Greg Hind (team leader) Contributing to service quality and development - Ivan Gray, Jonathan Parker and Marion Macdonald with a contribution from Angela (person who uses services) Appendix 1 Writing towards ASYE - advice from an experienced lecturer - Melanie Forsyth-Smith Appendix 2 Using written skills: translating your learning from university to practice in developing case recording - Jonathan Parker and Angela Parker with Emma Crawford Appendix 3 Court skills - Clare Seymour Appendix 4 Rights, justice and economic well-being - Chris Willetts Appendix 5 Diversity - Chris Willetts Appendix 6 Child protection for newly qualified social workers - Jill Davey and Richard Williams Appendix 7 Safeguarding adults - Di Galpin and Lucy Morrison
ISBN 9781473977976 (pbk.)
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Series Post-qualifying social work practice
Post-qualifying social work practice.
Subject Social workers -- Great Britain -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Alt author Keen, Steven.
Parker, Jonathan, 1960-
Brown, Keith, 1961-
Galpin, Diane.
Descript 233 pages.
Edition Third edition.
Note Previous edition: 2013.
Contents Please mind the gap - Steven Keen and Jonathan Parker CPD, critical reflection and the ASYE - Steven Keen, Lynne Rutter, Keith Brown and Di Galpin with contributions from Angela (NQSW) and Jane (social worker) The social work ASYE - Mary Keating Managing transitions - Lee-Ann Fenge with contributions from Mark Hutton (manager), Tom (NQSW) and Tom's university tutors Managing induction, probation and supervision - Ivan Gray with contributions from Mary (NQSW) and Karen (carer) Managing the personal: from surviving to thriving in social work - Kate Howe with a contribution from Pru Caldwell-McGee (NQSW) Joining and contributing to a team - Anne Quinney with contributions from George (carer), Liz Slinn (social worker), Marion Davis, CBE (a former Director of Children's Services ) and Greg Hind (team leader) Contributing to service quality and development - Ivan Gray, Jonathan Parker and Marion Macdonald with a contribution from Angela (person who uses services) Appendix 1 Writing towards ASYE - advice from an experienced lecturer - Melanie Forsyth-Smith Appendix 2 Using written skills: translating your learning from university to practice in developing case recording - Jonathan Parker and Angela Parker with Emma Crawford Appendix 3 Court skills - Clare Seymour Appendix 4 Rights, justice and economic well-being - Chris Willetts Appendix 5 Diversity - Chris Willetts Appendix 6 Child protection for newly qualified social workers - Jill Davey and Richard Williams Appendix 7 Safeguarding adults - Di Galpin and Lucy Morrison
ISBN 9781473977976 (pbk.)
Series Post-qualifying social work practice
Post-qualifying social work practice.
Subject Social workers -- Great Britain -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Alt author Keen, Steven.
Parker, Jonathan, 1960-
Brown, Keith, 1961-
Galpin, Diane.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HV 245 N5  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HV 245 N5  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HV 245 N5  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HV 245 N5  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HV 245 N5  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HV 245 N5  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Social workers -- Great Britain -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Descript 233 pages.
Note Previous edition: 2013.
Contents Please mind the gap - Steven Keen and Jonathan Parker CPD, critical reflection and the ASYE - Steven Keen, Lynne Rutter, Keith Brown and Di Galpin with contributions from Angela (NQSW) and Jane (social worker) The social work ASYE - Mary Keating Managing transitions - Lee-Ann Fenge with contributions from Mark Hutton (manager), Tom (NQSW) and Tom's university tutors Managing induction, probation and supervision - Ivan Gray with contributions from Mary (NQSW) and Karen (carer) Managing the personal: from surviving to thriving in social work - Kate Howe with a contribution from Pru Caldwell-McGee (NQSW) Joining and contributing to a team - Anne Quinney with contributions from George (carer), Liz Slinn (social worker), Marion Davis, CBE (a former Director of Children's Services ) and Greg Hind (team leader) Contributing to service quality and development - Ivan Gray, Jonathan Parker and Marion Macdonald with a contribution from Angela (person who uses services) Appendix 1 Writing towards ASYE - advice from an experienced lecturer - Melanie Forsyth-Smith Appendix 2 Using written skills: translating your learning from university to practice in developing case recording - Jonathan Parker and Angela Parker with Emma Crawford Appendix 3 Court skills - Clare Seymour Appendix 4 Rights, justice and economic well-being - Chris Willetts Appendix 5 Diversity - Chris Willetts Appendix 6 Child protection for newly qualified social workers - Jill Davey and Richard Williams Appendix 7 Safeguarding adults - Di Galpin and Lucy Morrison
Alt author Keen, Steven.
Parker, Jonathan, 1960-
Brown, Keith, 1961-
Galpin, Diane.
ISBN 9781473977976 (pbk.)

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