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Latest news

The Professional Capabilities Framework – Why the time is right for a review

TCSW will be leading a review of the PCF to evaluate its impact and effectiveness, and to ensure it is fit for the future.

The review will involve all of social work’s key stakeholders.

Read the full details here

Invitation

Annual Members Meeting, Thursday 5 February, 1pm to 4pm, London

This is your opportunity to meet with the governing committee Chairs and to share your ideas.

Attendance is free, book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited.

Meeting venue is our office building, 30 Euston Square.

Email us with your full name and membership number

 

Election 2014 Winners

Congratulations to the winners of this year's College election.

Winners will take up their seats in January on the Board, Professional Assembly, Children and Families Faculty, and the Adults Faculty.

See the full list of names here.

 


Scheme for Best Interest Assessor courses approved

Our scheme for endorsement of new Best Interest Assessor courses has been approved by the Secretary of State.

Endorsement by us of social work education and training providers, gives quality assurance that they are delivering courses that meet the needs of social workers.

Find out more

 

Response to consultation on KSS for adult social work

Following detailed consultation with members, our response to the consultation on the knowledge and skills statement for social work with adults, has been submitted to the Department of Health. TCSW welcomes the opportunity to comment on the statement and recognises its importance in supporting reforms in social work education and practice.

See our response here.