A person who practices social work is called a social worker. In the UK, the title “Social Worker” is protected by law (under s.61 Care Standards Act 2000) and only those who have undergone approved training at university either through a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Social Work and are registered with the appropriate professional regulatory body (the Health and Care Professions Council in England, the Scottish Social Services Council in Scotland, the Care Council for Wales, or the Northern Ireland Social Care Council) may practice social work and be called a social worker.
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