Social Work Reform Board

The final report of the Social Work Task Force, Building a safe, confident future, stated the need for employers, educators, regulators, service users, government and the social work profession itself to work together to bring about social work reform, and all to sign up to a shared and sustained programme of work.

Following the Task Force report, ministers announced the formation of the Social Work Reform Board (SWRB). The Board reflects this need for collective responsibility and commitment, working alongside government to implement the Task Force’s recommended reforms.

This is the website of the Social Work Reform Board, which provides information on education and training of social workers; career development; and standards for employers of social workers, including supervision.

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Social Work Reform Board
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Social Work Reform Board
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2010
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