In this document, six values, which are integrity, service, social justice, individuals’ worth and dignity, importance of human relationships, and competence in relation to social work are discussed. Extensive knowledge in law, sociology, social policies and social administration, philosophy and psychology are elaborated as the core foundations of the profession. Finally, the importance of skills application to enhance competence, which different social workers roles rely on to deliver service effectively are discussed.
The normal life that people lead in this modern society is characterized by different problems in the distinguished situations, ranging from violence, corruption and other irregularities with both adults and young children involvement. The government alone cannot be able to handle and calm the situations arising deep in the homes and social life of individuals. Hence, the social workers may act on behalf of the governments or privately through organizations. Social work needs attention and proper understanding, before evaluation to provide a care plan, which would improve the lives and better the situation henceforth. Social Work is a profession providing care within the social sphere; engaging to intervene in social problems experienced by groups, communities, families or individuals, with an intension of helping them, either formally or informally to regain control of their situation (Dominelli, 2009, p. 6). It is therefore a career, which requires intense training, considering the difficult decisions involved while dealing with the client. A social worker would encounter different individuals, either adults or the young individuals in the service, which lead them to specialize in one of them.
The field of social work shows respects to every human being and puts into consideration the rights of social workers, and how they also respect other peoples’ rights in life. Basically, values