At any stage in a student's programme, termination of training may
be deemed necessary on grounds that:
(i) the student's behaviour is damaging or dangerous to either
service users, other students or programme providers
(ii) the student's behaviour is creating an unacceptable risk for
themselves or others.
For information about the Consortium procedure see section, Termination of
Withdrawal from the DipSW Programme.
At any stage, if a student withdraws from the DipSW programme, the
route would require to record the student's progress within the educational
institution and on placement(s). A recommendation should be made by the route
and/or Practice Assessment Panel to the Programme Assessment Board, which
will assess the student's current status and decide on the student's future
status with regards to the completion of the DipSW programme at a later stage.
A detailed record on all withdrawals will be retained by the educational institution,
available to the student on request.