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OUR PROGRAMMES

Our vision is a day where every child and young person in need has the safe and stable foundations to succeed in life. We are working towards this through the Frontline and Firstline programmes, which develop outstanding individuals to be leaders in social work and broader society.

The Frontline programme is a unique opportunity for high potential university leavers and career changers to join one of Britain’s toughest and most rewarding professions. Our two-year programme offers you an exciting new route into a challenging career in children’s social work. You’ll benefit from intensive practical and academic training tailored to your needs as one of a new generation of children’s social workers.

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The Firstline programme is an intensive leadership development programme for social work managers. The ten-month programme enables social work managers to develop their leadership through a combination of residential leadership modules, workshops, and development sessions, so that they can empower social workers to transform the lives of vulnerable children and families.

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Case studies

Get an insight into our programmes and learn about their impact on social work practice and the lives of vulnerable children and families. Read stories from our programme participants.

LATEST NEWS

With half a million children in England lacking a safe or stable home, there is much work to be done.

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Find out more about the Frontline and Firstline programmes by reading our latest news and blogs.

  • Celebrating social work - To celebrate this year’s World Social Work Day, social workers from across the Frontline network have shared their experiences and some of the standout moments they’ve enjoyed during their careers.
  • “Social work is not rocket science; it’s far more difficult than that” - Steve Goodman, co-founder of Morning Lane Associates and the Reclaiming Social Work model, is speaking at our leadership seminar next month. We spoke to him ahead of the event to discuss his career in social work, the need for the Reclaiming Social Work model, and what we can expect to hear on 10 May.