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  • read more about Listen to the webinar on our change initiatives, how to apply and what we’re looking for
    Blog

    Listen to the webinar on our change initiatives, how to apply and what we’re looking for

    15 October 2018
    A recording from 15 October 2018. The What Works Centre for Children’s Social Care is inviting Local Authorities and Children’s Services Trusts in England to partner with it to test initial project proposals across two change initiatives. This webinar, which saw almost 70 people tune in, discussed the application process in more detail and discussed […]
  • read more about Apply to become Change Programme partners for the What Works Centre
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    Apply to become Change Programme partners for the What Works Centre

    26 September 2018
    The new Change Programme is about moving services closer to children and families, and funding is available for partner local authorities and children’s services trusts to work with us to test two initial projects. One project will explore social workers being based in schools, and the other will devolve budgets to social workers to directly […]
  • read more about Recruiting now: Programme Facilitator to help deliver our evidence masterclasses
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    Recruiting now: Programme Facilitator to help deliver our evidence masterclasses

    19 September 2018
    The What Works Centre for Children Social Care is seeking talented workshop facilitators with a strong knowledge of social research and experience in the children’s social care sector to support us in the development and delivery of a new learning offer. Our aim is to develop a strong evidence base around effective interventions and practice […]