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Role of the registered social worker in statutory interventions: guidance for local authorities

Published: 5 Mar 2010
Part of:
Children and families, Education, Health and social care
ISBN:
9780755992584

Guidance focuses on the role of the registered social worker in formal statutory interventions.

7 page PDF

229.5kB

7 page PDF

229.5kB

Contents
Role of the registered social worker in statutory interventions: guidance for local authorities
Footnotes

7 page PDF

229.5kB

Footnotes

  1. National Performance Framework, November 2007
  2. Published March 2009 and available at http://www.socialworkscotland.org.uk/resources/pub/GuidanceRoleCSWODocMarch2009.pdf
  3. Still under development but expected Spring 2010
  4. Changing Lives, Report of the 21 st Century Social Work Review
    http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2006/02/02094408/0
  5. A National multi-agency group established in February 2009 with a view to consultation on revised guidance in spring 2010.
  6. Definition of Social Work from the International Federation of Social Workers.
  7. Principles and Standards of Citizen Leadership, encourages people who use services and their carers to become involved as leaders in the planning, development and monitoring of their services, published April 2008. It can be accessed through: http://www.socialworkscotland.org.uk/resources/pub/CitizenLeadershipPrinciples&StandardsP aper.pdf
  8. Continuous Learning Framework, published December 2008
  9. 1996 No. 515 (S.49) The Qualifications of Chief Social Work Officers (Scotland) Regulations 1996 HMSO
  10. Role of the Chief Social Work Officer, March 2009