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Trained to Care

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This series about professional social workers examines the nature of their work, the system within which they operate, and the training they need.
1: The Social Workers and the System
Who are the social workers? What is their job about? What is the system within which they operate?
DAVID HOBMAN , Director of the Social Work Advisory Service, discusses these questions with PETER LEONARD of the National Institute for Social Work Training and MARGERY TAYLOR Of the London Boroughs Training Committee.
Produced by ANN CALDWELL

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Unknown: David Hobman
Unknown: Peter Leonard
Unknown: Margery Taylor
Produced By: Ann Caldwell

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