This practical book supports students to meet the requirements of the compulsory Readiness for Direct Practice assessment. Useful for social work students and lecturers alike, it takes each of the 9 domains that students are tested on, breaks them down step-by step and provides a range of interactive activities that enable them to acquire the knowledge, values and skills for practice required at this level. It offers students a foundation to the key areas of knowledge for each of the 9 domains, while also signposting them to other popular books in the Transforming Social Work Practice Series for a more detailed discussion as well.
About the Author
Peter Scourfield is currently an Honorary Visiting Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University and a freelance writer and trainer.
Table of Contents
IntroductionProfessionalismValues and EthicsDiversityRights, Justice and Economic WellbeingKnowledgeCritical reflection and AnalysisIntervention and SkillsContexts and OrganisationsProfessional LeadershipPulling it altogether and preparing to practise