The Knowledge and Skills Statement and the ASYE: practice example from Essex
Author: Jan Williams, ASYE Coordinator/Professional Social Work Educator, Essex County Council
Publication Date: 23 July 2015
Photo: John Birdsall/Rex
Contents The programme before November 2014 How much has changed? Integrating the new framework Non-safeguarding roles Example review and learning activities Managing poor performance Other challenges Benefits for the employer This is an example of good practice for assessing newly qualified social workers against the Knowledge and Skills Statement (KSS) for child and family social […]
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