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Professional Standards

 

The Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) is a framework for the nine levels of social work in England. 

 

 

The Practice Educator Professional Standards (PEPS) set out requirements for practice educators at two stages, commensurate with the different levels of complexity and responsibility in teaching, assessing and supervising social work degree students. The Standards are minimum requirements for all placements.  They are currently being refreshed by BASW. You can contribute to the consultation here.

 

 

Knowledge and Skills Statements for Child and Family Practitioners

 

Knowledge and Skills Statements for Practice Leaders and Supervisors in Child and Family Social Work

 

Knowledge and Skills Statements for  Social Workers in Adult Services

 

Postqualifying Standards for Social Work Practice Supervisors in Adult Social Care

 

Capabilities Statement for Social Workers in England who work with Older People

 

 

HCPC Guidance

 

Standards of Proficiency for Social Workers in England

The standards set out what a social worker in England should know, understand and be able to do when they complete their social work training so they can register with the HCPC.

Guidance on Conduct and Ethics for Students

Information for students on conduct, performance and ethics standards.

Standards of Conduct, Ethics and Performance

The ethical framework within which HCPC registrants must work.

 

We are in a period of transition and so you will need to watch this space in relation to new standards and regulation by Social Work England.

 

Local Government Association Guidance

 

Standards for employers of social workers in England

 

NAAS Toolkit

Resources for NAAS leads, child and family social work practitioners and practice supervisors to help them prepare for the assessment and practice endorsement.

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/naas-toolkit

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