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What do you say after ‘hello’? Connecting social work students to placement

Practice learning placements are profound experiences for students. Starting placement is daunting, regardless of the student's stage in their programme. This paper draws on change and transition theory, along with practice evidence, to understand some of the process issues facing students moving from academic to service settings. It then describes an introductory morning that has been developed to acknowledge these aspects and support the students' arrival in the agency.
  • Author(s):
Stuart Eno
  • Year of Publication:
2014
  • Type:
Reading
  • Tags:
Placement Journey

  • Specific Service User Group/s:
All
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PDF document 814-932-1-PB.pdf


  • Recommended by:
Jon Bolton
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Eno, S. (2014) What do you say after ‘hello’? Connecting social work students to placement . ScOPTbox Practice Learning Library. [Online]. Available from: https://practicelearning.info/mod/data/view.php?d=4&rid=151

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