Social work benchmarking: an insider's view
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It is almost exactly a year ago since the QAA subject benchmarking statements for Social Policy and Social Work were published in April 2000. Reflecting on my involvement as a member of the Social Work group, a number of impressions of that six month period remain clear.
Social work representation for the panel, which was co-ordinated by JUC SWEC, met the QAA’s criteria for a reasonable balance in relation to gender, ‘old’ and ‘new’ universities, and geographical spread across the UK.This constituted a wide spread of experience in the provision of social work education at sub-degree, degree and masters levels.
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