Research and analysis

Step up to Social Work programme evaluation 2012

Report on the recruitment and selection of the fast-track master's programme for social workers, and views of trainees

Documents

The views of Step Up to Social Work trainees: cohort 1 and cohort 2

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Speaking from experience: the views of the first cohort of trainees of Step Up to Social Work

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Details

This evaluation of the step up to social work programme examines the effectiveness of the recruitment, selection and allocation processes in meeting 3 main objectives of the programme, which are to:

  • increase the quality of social workers entering the profession
  • enable local employers to shape initial training for students to address local needs
  • create a new entry route into the social work profession