Academy for newly qualified social workers

Gladicheva, Vesela
February 2012
Children & Young People Now;2/07/2012, p37
The article offers information on the Social Work Academy of the Hertfordshire County Council, which provides support and training to newly qualified social workers during their first year in the field.


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