Continuing professional development (CPD) and training: lessons from research
Author: Andy Rixon, Health & Social Care Lecturer (Children and Young People), The Open University
Publication Date: 2014-09-02
Review of research into the effectiveness of continuing professional development (CPD) and training on social workers’ practice and the experience of service users, and how more robust evaluations of CPD outcomes might be developed in the future.
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