As the social care workforce grows in number and variety, the expectations placed upon it seem to increase proportionately. Continuing professional development assumes particular significance in such a scenario: how can staff develop the knowledge and skills required to respond to the dynamics of social care and how can they continue to do so throughout their careers? Such achievement cannot be left to chance and personal inclination — surely the needs of service users underlines that point. It seems that what is required is a planned and structured approach to professional development in social care. This book is a contribution to that approach.
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