Informal learning and the social web part 1

N.J. Ballantyne, K. Quinn

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    Abstract

    More than ever before, staff in social services are being urged to maintain the currency of their knowledge and skills. Government policy, enquiry reports and the requirements of workforce regulation all emphasise the importance of continuing professional development. For the first time, via the Scottish Social Services Council’s (SSSC) Post Registration Training & Learning (PRTL) requirements, there are clear, measurable expectations regarding ongoing learning & development for social services staff . In addition to general requirements for all registered staff the PRTL requirements published by the SSSC also set additional expectations for newly qualified social workers. The Code of Practice for Employers of Social Service Workers further emphasises the importance of ongoing learning and development, stating that employers must “Provide training and development opportunities to enable social service workers to strengthen and develop their skills and knowledge”.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages16-19
    Number of pages4
    JournalCare Appointments
    Volume12
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    government policy
    social worker
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    Keywords

    • informal learning
    • social care

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    Ballantyne, N. J., & Quinn, K. (2006). Informal learning and the social web part 1. Care Appointments, 12, 16-19.
    Ballantyne, N.J. ; Quinn, K. / Informal learning and the social web part 1. In: Care Appointments. 2006 ; Vol. 12. pp. 16-19.
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