How to use Research in Practice - May
Join us for one hour on the last Wednesday of the month to get an overview of the Research in Practice website, the different ways you can use it and discover resources to help you whatever your role.
Aimed at anyone new to Research in Practice, or those wanting a refresher, this session will:
Introduce Research in Practice and the resources available.
Demonstrate how to set up a Research in Practice account to access learning and record continuing professional development (CPD).
Encourage reflection on how to use resources to support evidence-informed practice with children and families, young people and adults.
Provide an opportunity to identify specific resources you might find useful in your role.
This session is part of our rolling programme of engagement activities. Please note you will need to have a Research in Practice account to request your place at this event.
Principal Social Worker (PSW)
Workforce development teams
PQS:KSS - Analysis, decision-making, planning and review | Developing excellent practitioners | Confident analysis and decision-making | Creating a context for excellent practice | Purposeful and effective social work | Developing excellent practitioners | Support effective decision-making | Supervision, critical analysis and reflection | Level of capability: at the end of their first year in employment | Developing confident and capable social workers | Promoting and supporting critical analysis and decision-making
CQC - Effective | Well-led
PCF - Knowledge | Critical reflection and analysis | Intervention and skills
RCOT - Demonstrate quality | Qualified | Support development