3rd November 2005
WORK LECTURER APPOINTED AT
Croft has been appointed Senior Lecturer in Social Work and will be a valuable
addition to the
Mr Croft qualified as a social worker in 1991 and immediately moved to work in child protection, where he remained for just over seven years.
During his social work practice he acted as practice teacher to a number of diploma students and undertook the National Practice Teachers’ Award.
He also undertook a part-time postgraduate diploma in socio-legal studies (children).
He left direct practice in 1998 to act as a senior practice teacher, working across four universities in the region, before moving into management with responsibility for post- qualifying education and training, including Approved Social Worker (ASW) training and continuing professional development for occupational therapists.
While in this post he wrote a number of post-qualifying programmes and for the past two years has been chair of the East Midlands Post-Qualifying Consortium.
He was a
member of the Department of Health’s focused investigation into the teaching of
childcare on all social work diploma courses in the
During his time in management Mr Croft undertook a number of management courses including a postgraduate diploma in Management Studies.
currently in the process of producing his dissertation for his Master of
Business Administration (MBA) from the
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