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CDT0004: Overstanding Reforms to Children’s Social Worker Regulation – (http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=381)
Earlier this year the Government introduced reforms to the way social workers will be regulated in England. There will be new professional standards, training requirements and disciplinary procedures determined by the new regulatory body; Social Work England as well as the Department for Education will change how social workers in England fulfil their role.
On behalf of Abundance Centres (UK) members of our team attended this Westminster Briefing seminar to hear how the new standards will impact the regulation and development of children’s social workers across England. British “Social Work” impacts on minority communities in distinct ways that need careful observance and, in our assessment, calls for innovative community led strategies, tactics and operations to curb the systemic racism now commonly touted as implicit bias and such code.
If you are a person classified as a ethnic minority, respect the voice of the voiceless and you work in the field of Social Work our Trust is especially keen to hear from you, we are exploring the development of a uLearn Naturally Social Workers’ Co-operative Development Project and Forum. Let us come together to explore what we can do to effectively prepare for the coming changes and help protect vulnerable communities from the systemic failings that the sector (amongst others) refuses to face directly.
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