- Practical guidance on essential topics including reflective practice and using theory, with tools and models you can use.
- Different ways to assess students, what to do if a student is struggling, and how to ensure your practice is not discriminatory or oppressive.
- Quick explainers of different practice models, to help you understand the different ways students may be working.
- Examples of content that you can use directly with students to support them with issues like resilience and time management, and to help understanding of practice issues like child sexual exploitation and domestic abuse.
You and your students might also be interested in our student hub which gathers key resources to help trainees feel more equipped for placements and practice, develop core skills, and understand the law and statutory frameworks. There are also guides and tools to deepen understanding of social work values, service user perspectives and different models and theories.
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Examples of content to use with students