First published in 1966, the original blurb read: Learning with the help of skilled practitioners is as essential in training for social work as for medicine and teaching. Where do students of social work go for field training and why? What is it hoped that they will learn through their experience? What responsibilities are they given and who guides their learning? Partnership between social workers and academic staff in working out these questions is considered at a critical time in the changing perspectives and expansion of social services. The staff of colleges and social agencies, students, and professional organizations have helped to produce the facts and views on which this survey is based.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements. Foreword. 1. The Picture Presented 2. Aims and Methods in Field Work 3. The Choice of Field Work 4. Partnership in Training 5. Student Units 6. Expansion of Field Work 7. Looking Towards the Future. Appendix: Methods of the Survey. Index.
Sybil Clement Brown, Elizabeth Roodhouse Gloyne