Frontline, the government-backed graduate development programme for children’s social work, looks set to be as popular as other public-sector programmes, competing for the same pool of talented, ambitious graduates. Just six weeks after applications opened, 4,000 people have registered an interest for one of the 100 places on offer on the first cohort, and 1,500 have completed the application process.
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