As joint authors of this blog, Justin, John and Professor Chitsabeasan share an update on action being taken from across the sector to improve support for children and young people in complex situations with multiple needs.
An advocate for continuing professional development, Rachel Culverwell shares her advice for taking the NAAS assessment and why she believes it’s a means of championing the profession.
As a NAAS Practice Educator, Patrick's work centres around putting social work education and professional development at the heart of achieving positive change for children and families. Here he shares Plymouth's approach to bringing life to the PQS through young people’s stories.
Essex social worker Christina Addenbrooke shares the learning and development benefits of combining her year in employment with NAAS accreditation.
Craig, Deputy Team Manager for Adoption in Wigan, reflects on his feelings of responsibility to complete NAAS and why it might open opportunities in the future.
Social workers make important decisions about children and their family lives. It's skilled work that demands the same level of attention as other professions. The outcomes are just as important. Read why Jacky Tiotto thinks national accreditation has the potential to strengthen and grow the social work workforce.
Encouraging team development whilst supporting children and families is no easy task. Loredana Grigore shares her approach to NAAS and why putting social workers first, is the best course of action.
Preparing for the National Assessment and Accreditation System (NAAS) can be daunting. Kellie, an Advanced Social Work Practitioner for Bury, shares her top tips for approaching the assessment.
With the launch of the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) pathway to National Assessment and Accreditation System (NAAS), Isabelle Trowler shares why she believes it brings a change in the learning offer to social workers.