Frontline, the fast-track training scheme for children’s social workers, this week celebrates its fifth anniversary with the placement of its 1,000th graduate participant with a council. It’s timely to ask whether Frontline, and fast-track training overall, isn’t now such a settled part of the English social work landscape that the feuding parties should lay down their arms.
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