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Useful Links

Chinara Enterprises is associated with a number of organisations and services. We have provided some links to the organisations and services we are proud to be associated with. On this page, we will also provide links to other information you may find useful.

If you want to return to social work practice, returning to the register, also known as readmission or restoration, is for social workers who want to return to social work practice in England. We call the process of returning to the register ‘restoration’.

The Return to Social Work programme offers free training to former social workers so they can restart their careers in local government

The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) is the independent professional membership organisation for social work.

Accredited training, consultancy, research and resources for the social care and health sectors from independent charity and improvement agency, the Social Care Institute for Excellence

Skills for Care helps create a well-led, skilled and valued adult social care workforce in England. Our practical tools and support help organisations and individual employers recruit, develop and lead their staff, and retain them.

Making Research Count (MRC) is an English initiative facilitating the dissemination of research findings between academics, practitioners, carers and users in the social care field.

We work with organisations to enable them to access, understand and apply evidence in their work with children and families, young people and adults.

This webinar recording focuses on accessing care during the Coronavirus Crisis. With the onset of new emergency coronavirus legislation, “The Coronavirus Bill 2019-21”. This was a webinar organised by In Control Partnerships

In this groundbreaking talk Dr Firmin, the founder of Contextual Safeguarding outlines three things.

The Social Work Organisational Resilience Diagnostic (SWORD) tool and workbook

How much do you know about online grooming?

In this episode of Parenting Online, Danielle shares her story and gives our top 3 tips on what you can do to help keep your children safe from the dangers of online grooming. If you’re worried about a child you can contact our helpline on 0808 800 5000 or email help@nspcc.org.uk.