RTE 2.5 million people are working in social work in Ireland, according to a survey by the Association of Social Workers.
The number is up from 2.8 million the previous year and nearly the same as the same time last year.
Social Work Week, which was started in 2010 to highlight the importance of social work training and development, will take place from February 12-14 in the capital city, Dublin.
Social Workers are in a unique position to raise the profile of social care, as they are often viewed as the gatekeepers to social care services.
They also have the ability to make sure social workers are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to provide social care to their clients.
Social work professionals in Ireland are well trained in social skills, which include the social skills of social awareness, social development and social development skills.
They are also equipped with social skills that will be used by social workers to manage and plan social care in their own community.
Social workers are also trained to deal with the stresses of life in the social care sector.
They will have a role in assisting social workers who have to manage, plan and deliver social care.
Social workers are able to provide emotional support to clients who are experiencing social difficulties or difficulties with their lives.
This is especially true for those clients who have a history of emotional distress.
Social care can be a time of crisis and stress for many people, with many of them unable to leave their homes.
This can include those with mental health issues, drug and alcohol addiction, or social problems.
These issues can be difficult to manage because the need for social care can vary from one person to another.
Social health is a key concern for social workers, with a higher rate of depression among social workers.
Social professionals are also often called on to deal, as often, with social and family problems in their communities.
Social worker training is often the most time consuming aspect of their job.
It can take up to four years to complete.
This can be due to the nature of social workers work and the work they have to do.
Social Work Week will focus on the importance and benefits of social worker training, with resources to help practitioners to improve their skills and ensure they have the skills needed to provide quality social care for their clients, the report said.
This means that social workers have a great opportunity to show their skills in the best way possible, by using their skills to build and improve their practice and to make better services available to their community.
Social work training is a great way to gain a better understanding of social issues and to better address them.
Social Welfare and Social Care Minister, Helen McEntee, said social workers in Ireland have the opportunity to improve social care and provide a safe and effective service for their communities, while also having the knowledge, skills and resources to do so.
She said the Government is committed to the promotion of social welfare and social care across the country.