Assessment of competence in social work law

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  • Social work education -- Great Britain.,
  • Public welfare -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.

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Statementedited by Michael Preston-Shoot.
SeriesSocial work education -- Special publication
ContributionsPreston-Shoot, Michael.
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Pagination80p. ;
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19397261M
ISBN 101871177685

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Introduction “Social work and the law” refers to the interface between the practice of social work and the legal system, including statutory law, case law, legal institutions (courts, prisons, etc.), and legal professionals (attorneys, judges, paralegals, forensic experts, and alternative dispute resolution professionals).

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Competence in Social Work. Competence in social work is the product of knowledge, skills and values. order to provide evidence that they have achieved the six core competencies students will have to demonstrate that they have.

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The National Social Work Competency Framework (NSWCF) which is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Social and Family Development and the Ministry of Health, aims to provide this clear articulation of social work roles across the profession.

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As an experienced practitioner, it isFile Size: KB. accountability for the development of competence, demeanor, and ethical practice take place. the supervisor is responsible for providing direction to the supervisee, who applies social work theory, standardized knowledge, skills, competency, and applicable ethical content in the practice setting.

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The Development of Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice and Education Laura Carpenter St. Catherine University, [email protected] This Clinical research paper is brought to you for free and open access by the School of Social Work at SOPHIA.

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Description. A supplemental competency-based practice text for BSW and MSW programs. Competency-Based Social Work Practice: An Integrated Approach to Decision Making captures how social workers actually practice with clients in their daily work, make case decisions using integrative competencies and EPAS, and reflects how social workers approach decision Availability: Available.

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PROFESSIONAL ID EP —Identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly. Social workers serve as representatives of the profession, its mission, and its core values.

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social work practice competence consists of nine interrelated competencies and component behaviors that are comprised of knowledge, values, skills, and cognitive and affective processes. Using a curriculum design that begins with the outcomes, expressed as the expected competencies, programs develop.

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The nuances and richness of the profession can’t be captured in any one single format. EPAS COMPETENCIES (EP – EP ) AND PRACTICE BEHAVIORS. Students identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly.

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