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Protecting our most vulnerable children is a nationwide challenge. In order to achieve our mission of transforming the lives of these children, we will place our participants where there is the greatest need and where we believe they can have the most positive impact.

Our units are distributed across local authorities in the North East, North West, London, the Midlands, the South East and East of England. In addition to the level of social need in each of these areas, these localities have been selected because they are able to provide you with the highest quality training.

Car and Driving License

Some local authorities require that you have a driving license to better support children and families across their communities. If you are placed in one of these locations and you do not have a license, we strongly recommend that you get one in advance of the Summer Institute to give you the flexibility to access families from early on in your career. Additionally, some local authorities require participants to have their own vehicle.

As you might expect of such a competitive scheme, you may be placed in any local authority within any of our regions. Whilst we will carefully consider your circumstances and any extenuating information for placement, we will not be able to guarantee your first preference will be given as we have to balance the participants’ needs with those of our local authorities, the communities and their geographical location.

Questions

  1. Do you accept the conditions around placement?

Frontline is looking for people who are ready to change lives in one of Britain’s toughest and most rewarding jobs.  If this is you, apply now.

Frontline is looking for people who are ready to change lives in one of Britain’s toughest and most rewarding jobs.  If this is you, apply now.

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