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Chris Mills Baby Safety Weblog: Closing Gaps

Peter Beresford in yesterday’s Guardian attracts consideration to what seems to me to be some of the thrilling and inventive approaches to social work training to have emerged lately. The brand new strategy, apparently pioneered at Lund College in Sweden (which by the way can also be the house of …

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Will ye no come again once more?

The previous Scottish ballad – Will ye no come again once more?– is a delightful melody. Likewise, the English Come Again to Social Work scheme sounds very straightforward on the ear. It’s merely a good suggestion to supply social employees retraining and help to return to social work after a profession break. …

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Sluggish in charge and fast to be taught

I just lately wrote an article – printed in the July/August version of Skilled Social Work – with Trevor Dale, a former British Airways pilot, about what social work can be taught from civil aviation’s human elements method to security. Common readers of this weblog won’t be stunned to search …

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