14 June 2019
The Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme has brought together some frequently asked questions, including general information and answers to detailed questions for those wanting to engage with the programme.
Season’s greetings from Research in Practice…the proof is in the pudding.
Practice supervisors play an important role in supporting supervisees to become emotionally resilient practitioners and ensuring that social workers provide an excellent service to children and families. New open access resources aim to support practice supervisors in key aspects of their role.
The Research in Practice – Register to vote leaflet brings together information for social workers and others in direct practice, to enable the people they work with to register to vote.
We are now accepting applications to deliver Bespoke Support within local areas as part of the Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme.
A new online tool aims to assess the extent that organisational factors and conditions support the wellbeing of staff.
New resources on forced marriage, self-harm and positive mental health and wellbeing in children and young people
New resources on forced marriage, self-harm and positive mental health and wellbeing in children and young people.
To support professional learning and development, Research in Practice has updated online mapping resources for the Knowledge and Skills Statements and the Professional Capabilities Framework.
Colleagues across the sector are invited to share existing materials, models and tools to help develop and embed an effective strategic response to child exploitation.
Research in Practice is inviting professionals to participate in a survey to inform the development and delivery of the Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme.
To support Learning Disability Week, Research in Practice has brought together multimedia resources to support practice with children, young people and families with learning disabilities.