Toni Morrison (b. Chloe Ardelia Wofford on February 18, 1931) is the Nobel Prize winning author of 10 novels, and has also penned 7 non-fiction works, 2 plays, and 3 childrens books
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by Jan Horwath (Author), Tony Morrison (Author). This book is another example of Tony Morrison's committment to achieving better outcomes for children and young people in our society. This book provides a concise outline of the needs and pitfalls to developing and delivering training programs to a multi disciplinary audience. The layout is excellent, giving an outline at the beginning of each chapter and then a summary of content at the end. The only critiscm would be that it is not an easy read - but well worth the time spent.
Strategies for transfering learning to the workplace and models of evaluation are analysed in depth. Effective Staff Training in Social Care enables the reader to reflect, analyse and develop their own training practice. This is essential reading for educators, trainers and managers working in social care settings. Categories: Other Social Sciences.
Horwath, . Morrison, T. (1999). Effective Staff Training in Social Care. Effective Staff Training in Social Care provides a theoretical framework for training and professional development, focusing on group learning in a social care context. It tackles the tensions and dilemmas of those engaged in training amidst a climate of change and a mixed economy of welfare and examines how these influence both the trainer and the learner. Strategies for transfering learning to the workplace and models of evaluation are analysed in depth.
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Jan Horwath is Professor of Child Welfare at the University of Sheffield. She worked as a practitioner, trainer and manager in both voluntary and statutory social work settings before becoming an academic in 1995. More titles by Jan Horwath
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Marcus Erooga, Chair, NOTA. Jan Horwath, Professor of Child Welfare, University of Sheffield.
In the past year, he. has been a key figure in the development with In-Trac Training and the Children’s. He also understood that staff require high quality and challenging training if they in turn. are to provide high quality supervision and there are many managers across the world who. have benefited from his sensitive, enthusiastic and creative approach to developing their. Marcus Erooga, Chair, NOTA.