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St Helena : St Helena: ARRIVAL OF SOCIAL SERVICES TRAINER
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 21.09.2013 (Article Archived on 19.10.2013)

The Health and Social Welfare Directorate has recently welcomed Social Services Trainer Martin Warsama on a two year contract.





ARRIVAL
OF SOCIAL SERVICES TRAINER



 



 The Health and Social
Welfare Directorate has recently welcomed Social Services Trainer Martin
Warsama on a two year contract.



 



In this role Martin will observe
and assess the current systems within Social Services. He will also train staff
through supervision and scenario training.



Martin commented:



 



I will be imbedding
systems that can be easily picked up by staff after my contract has finished. I
will be working closely with social workers, identifying any improvements that
they wish to see and workable solutions.



 



Martin who has been here for
several days is busy observing the current procedures within Social Services
and adjusting to his new environment. He will soon focus on drawing up plans to
implement changes.



 



Martin has been a qualified Social
worker for 22 years, fifteen of them at management level. Throughout his career
working within various organisations in the North of the UK, he has been
employed across various fields covering that of adult care, emergency duty and
child protection, setting up joint investigation teams, early intervention
teams and improving systems.



 



SHG



11 September 2013



 

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