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A Graduate’s Journey Working in Support Services

Chapter 2: Working as a support worker – expectation vs reality Callum* has recently completed a Masters degree in Advanced Psychology and chosen to embark on a career as a support worker within support services. We’ve been following Callum’s journey and experiences, focussing on his qualifications, job role and responsibility, supervision and client group. Read

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The truth about Lone Working: One social worker’s honest account

Roughly 22% of the working population spend time ‘Lone Working,’ ie, isolated in any environment or building. Employees can become victims of verbal abuse, harassment, threat and even physical violence, when working alone. Katy* is a 22 year old social worker from South Wales. She regularly works alone, and feels that despite being aware of

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Think you know how to stay safe when Lone Working?

There are an estimated 6.8 million Lone Workers in the UK (Lone working is defined as being isolated in any environment/building) – that’s about 22% of the working population. With figures so high, it’s vital to stay safe when working alone. Through the HASAW Act 1974/Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999, it is an organisation’s

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