Social Workers Registration Board - Public Consultation on Approved Qualifications Bye-Law 2020
This consultation is now closed.
The Social Workers Registration Board has opened a public consultation on an Approved Qualifications Bye-Law 2020.
The Social Workers Registration Board is responsible for protecting the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through the statutory registration of social workers.
Details of the Bye-Law
The Registration Board is seeking the views of the public, the relevant profession and other interested parties on the Social Workers Registration Board Approved Qualifications Bye-Law 2020. This revised bye-law replaces S.I. No. 137 of 2011 to include the following qualifications:
- Master of Arts in Social Work, Institute of Technology Sligo
- Professional Master in Social Work, National University of Ireland, University College Dublin
- Master of Science (Social Work), National University of Ireland, University College Dublin
To read the text of the bye-law, please click on the link below:
How to submit your views
- By completing the online consultation feedback form
- By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- In writing to: Public Consultation, CORU, Infinity Building, George's Court, George's Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7, D07 E98Y
A report outlining the consultation process will be published on www.coru.ie following consideration of all submissions.
The consultation process will close at 5pm on Monday 17 February 2020. Submissions received after this time will not be considered.
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