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Introduction for a Handbook 'written for busy social workers involved in supporting, enabling and
assessing learners in the workplace. It is aimed primarily at people with responsibility for
either qualifying social worker students or newly-qualified social workers (NQSWs) during
their first year of professional practice, but it will also be of interest to those with responsibility
for other professional learners such as students from other professions, people
undertaking post-qualifying awards and those undertaking other forms of continuous
Note that the Handbook is linked to the standards for practice learning in England,
Sarah Williams and Lynne Rutter (2015), Sage Publications Ltd
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