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Chief Executive Officer

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The College of Social Work
30 Euston Square
London NW1 2FB
United Kingdom

Company Description: In the two years since The College of Social Work (TCSW) was established, we have evolved into an increasingly strong and credible professional college. We are...   more

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Annie Hudson, ..., 29 Dec 2014 [cached]
Annie Hudson, TCSW chief executive, said social workers can be put off from working in the areas that need the most help.
"I know of at least two authorities where they maybe had about 10% agency staff and then they have an Ofsted (report) which puts them into the equivalent of special measures and their use of agency staff goes rocketing because it can be a very demoralising environment in which to work," she said.
Ms Hudson warned that agency workers are expensive and "won't necessarily have the same kind of commitment" as permanent staff.
The College of Social Work (TCSW) -, 30 Oct 2014 [cached]
Annie Hudson is our Chief Executive.
Annie joined The College following her role as Strategic Director of Children, Young People and Skills at Bristol City Council. Annie trained and practised as a social worker in Brighton and Newcastle upon Tyne.
partnership board, 11 Nov 2013 [cached]
Annie Hudson, Chief Executive, The College of Social Work
Music Ministry, 4 Feb 2009 [cached]
If you need encouragement, call Barbara Holbrook, Ann Hudson or Crisanne Triplett at 770-475-5576 or click on the emails listed below.
Ann Hudson Director of Children and Youth Music
Developing Leadership | Social Work / Social Care & Media [cached]
An Interview with Annie Hudson Director of Children and Young People's Services at Bristol Council February 17, 2012 - #ProtectingOurChildren, Best Interest, Care, Care vs Control, Child Protection, Control, Early Intervention, Education, Interviews, Leadership in Social Work and Social Care, Live Debates, Live Twitter Debates, Online Debates, Open Access, Open Learning and Tools, Praxis, Protecting Our Children, Safeguarding, Social Media, Social Work and Media, Social Work in Media, Social Work Praxis, Support, Support vs Safeguarding - Tagged: Best Interest, Care, Care vs Control, Control, Developing Leadership, Early Intervention, Education, Interactive Learning, Leadership, Leadership in Social Care, Leadership in Social Work, Live Chat, Live Debate, livechat, online Debate, Open Learning, Protecting Our Children, Sharing and Learning, Social Care, Social Care and Media, Social Care Debate, Social Work Debate, SWSCmedia - no comments
SWSCmedia: What made you decide to do this programme with BBC? Annie Hudson: We were approached by the BBC in autumn 2009 about doing a follow-up to 'Someone to Watch...
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