Frontline social work students ‘perform better', study finds

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Students taking part in the Frontline social work training programme display better practice skills than those from mainstream programmes, researchers have found.

Frontline is being expanded as part of government efforts to train 3,000 of the "best and the brightest graduates" over the next five years. Picture: Emilie Sandy
Frontline is being expanded as part of government efforts to train 3,000 of the "best and the brightest graduates" over the next five years. Picture: Emilie Sandy

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