social work education
This project shines a spotlight on the social work qualifying degrees in Scotland with a particular emphasis on the relationship between the SiSWE and the SCQF. It seeks to understand how these two frameworks align to support improved standards of student attainment at a time when the profession has moved from a diploma to degree level qualification.
This website is dedicated to the promotion and development of interprofessional education (IPE). It provides information and advice through its website, bulletins, papers and outlets provided by others, and has a close association with the Journal of Interprofessional Care.
Video interviews with delegates at an Open University seminar held at Paisley University, Hamilton Campus, 30 September 2009.
Annual review detailing the challenges faced by the social care sector over the past year, and highlights the issues and possible improvements to services.
This online guide contains evidence-based examples of good practice and is intended to support universities and colleges to engage effectively with people who use services and carers in their social work and social care training.
This resource guide is about teaching and learning communication skills in social work qualifying education. It is intended to be a resource for all of those involved in teaching and learning on the new social work degree.
This resource is a review of Interprofessional education for qualifying social work.
Document detailing the framework for social work education in Scotland which consists of the Scottish requirements for social work training, an introduction to the standards in social work education and the standards in social work education.
The Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) was developed by IRISS in conjunction with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) for the whole social services workforce. The CLF aims to improve the quality of outcomes for people using social services by supporting the people who are involved in delivering these services to be the best they can be.
This summary looks at the support required to effectively involve users and carers in social work education. It is aimed at both social work educators and service users and carers.