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Part of e-Learning courses
This e-learning programme helps frontline social workers understand the principles and practice of knowledge management, as well as organise and manage their knowledge and information as effectively as possible.
As part of the Digital Capabilities Statement, this briefing supports social and health care workers by highlighting ethical considerations.
Part of Strengths-based approaches
Quick guide for social workers. Strengths and asset-based approaches in social care focus on what individuals and communities have and how they can work together, rather than on what individuals don’t have or can’t do.
Part of SCIE work for Social Care Wales
This study focuses on the challenges and enablers to using evidence in social services and social care in Wales.
We have developed a practice framework for social workers and their employers to use, when supporting people to prepare for adulthood.
This podcast features SCIE’s Chief Executive Kathryn Smith in conversation with Fran Leddra, Joint Chief Social Worker for Adults.
A quick guide developed to provide practical ideas for social care professionals about the impact on domestic violence and abuse as lockdown eases.
Part of Relationship-based social work
This webinar looked at empowering social workers and placing relationships at the heart of children's practice
A practice framework to support social workers in Northern Ireland to develop a better understanding of housing and homelessness and the skills needed to provide effective support. Section A of the framework looks at understanding homelessness. It provides information on the different types of homelessness, the legislative and policy context, the risk factors for homelessness, and the impact it can have on people's health and wellbeing. Section B highlights how social work skills and approaches can be used to prevent and tackle homelessness more effectively. These include using relationship-based, strengths-based, and values-based practice, being alert to the possibility of discrimination against people who experience homelessness, and working with other agencies. Two individual case studies are included.
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