To help you think about the process of working with the Centre to put an event on, please see the attached detailed information. This will give you an idea of the scale of the role, should you be interested in hosting an event.
It is very much a partnership process and the centre strives to provide as much help and support as we can.
Further to the Speaking out for social work-crossing divides and building relationships Conference held on 6th July at Sheffield University. Suzie has been busy working through the feedback and we are now able to share some of the comments with you.
The Olive Stevenson Essay prize was awarded for the first time to Deborah Foote, Senior Practitioner Social Worker at the Centre for Social Work practice AGM on 20th May 16. More news on this to follow.....
Relationship-based research is founded on the idea that human relationships are of paramount importance and should be central to social work research and practice.
(A review on this book is to follow by one of our Members).
CALL FOR PAPERS for a Conference at The University of Sussex in September on Death, Dying and Social Work. Proposals to be received by 17th June 16.
Caroline Hickman talks about denial and its impact and the relevance of it in thinking about a wide range of issues from child abuse to climate change.
Olive Stevenson, Professor of Social Work was a wise woman in many respects. As a teacher and writer she had the ability to communicate in a way which connected with social workers and the realities of practice as well as consistently reflecting her understanding and appreciation of the complexities of the lives of children and families.
In order to honour and recognise Olive’s significant contribution as a founder, Chair and subsequently a patron of the Centre for Social Work Practice, the Centre will be awarding an essay prize of £300 in Olive’s memory.
A launch of the new Scottish regional centre of CfSWP took place on 7.12.15, hosted by the University of Edinburgh, the University of Dundee and the centre.
Are you 2 years qualified as a social worker or an experienced and academically qualified social care worker? Are you looking for flexible CPD Training at Masters or Doctoral level? We are still open for applications to our range of PGCert/PGDip/Masters and Professional Doctorate programmes based at the Tavistock Centre
These proposals are published without reference to any research or evaluation that provides evidence to justify them. In particular, while not specified, the new ‘freedoms’ proposed appear to include the delegation of statutory child protection responsibilities, and the Centre for Social Work Practice Trustees and Operational Management Group views this with grave concern.