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Winners of Link Officer Awards announced

13 November 2018

Research in Practice is pleased to announce the winners of the annual Link Officer Awards.

Improving mental health assessments for children entering care

24 September 2018

Organisations are invited to take part in a pilot programme that tests improved approaches to the mental health and wellbeing assessments that looked after children receive when they enter care.

Framework for next round of Joint Targeted Area Inspections

05 September 2018

Ofsted has published the framework for the next round of Joint Targeted Area Inspections.

Upcoming learning resources and events until March 2019

03 September 2018

Research in Practice has published its upcoming publications, resources, workshops, webinars and conferences until March 2019.

New publications on trauma and transitional safeguarding

20 August 2018

Research in Practice has released new publications. These address key themes within this year’s Delivery Programme.

Practice Supervisor Development Programme open for registration

15 August 2018

The first wave of the Practice Supervisor Development Programme is now open for registration and senior colleagues in local authorities are invited to nominate participants who would benefit from being part of this programme.

Infants in the family justice system

18 July 2018

New survey launched as part of a national scoping study to examine the issue of 'infants in the family justice system'.

Multi-agency responses to older children

09 July 2018

Ofsted has published a joint report that examines ‘the multi-agency response to older children who are living with neglect’.

Social Work England Continued Fitness to Practice Framework - Sector Involvement

19 June 2018

Social Work England are asking for contributions on the different options for renewal of registration for social workers to ensure they remain fit for practice.

Update on Social Work England

18 June 2018

An update on Social Work England, which will replace the Health and Care Professionals Council as the regulatory body of social workers.

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