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Summary of SiSWE learning foci and key capabilities

A two page summary of the Standards in Social Work Education (SiSWE) and Key Capabilities for Child Care and Protection outcomes that qualifying social work degree students are required to meet. Developed by Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils. Adapted from a document by Linda Grierson.

  • Author(s):
Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils
  • Year of Publication:
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  • Type:
Framework
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Assessing Learners
Key Capabilities, Key Capabilities in Child Care and Protection, SiSWE, Standards in Social Work Education, Key Roles, Standards
  • Specific Service User Group/s:
Children
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Word document SiSWE and Key Capabilities.doc


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Fiona Mossman
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