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Post-qualifying child care social work practice: Developing reflective practice

Post-qualifying child care social work practice: Developing reflective practice
Post-qualifying child care social work practice: Developing reflective practice
This textbook provides an overview of the Post Qualifying Child Care Award in social work. Written in response to recent policy and training guidelines, it provides the underpinning knowledge for candidates following the Post Qualifying curriculum. It helps child care social workers acquire and develop the breadth of knowledge and understanding that characterise best practice.
9781412928267
SAGE
Ruch, Gillian
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Ruch, Gillian
993ed96a-5382-4c6d-b4be-0c878363bdba

Ruch, Gillian (ed.) (2009) Post-qualifying child care social work practice: Developing reflective practice , London, GB. SAGE, 176pp.

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This textbook provides an overview of the Post Qualifying Child Care Award in social work. Written in response to recent policy and training guidelines, it provides the underpinning knowledge for candidates following the Post Qualifying curriculum. It helps child care social workers acquire and develop the breadth of knowledge and understanding that characterise best practice.

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Published date: 2009

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Local EPrints ID: 150155
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/150155
ISBN: 9781412928267
PURE UUID: acfbfed6-0c1f-49ed-a977-e696e10bf96d

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Last modified: 19 Nov 2019 17:32

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