BASW England Conference and Annual Meeting 2017 - Celebrating Success - We have the knowledge

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Tuesday 23rd May 2017

City Hall, Leicester City Council, City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester, LE1 1FZ

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The programme includes the following:

 

What is the place of multiple sets of standards in social work?

Panel discussion:

Clenton Farquharson MBE, Co-Chair of the Think Local Act Personal Partnership

Julie Page, ASYE Co-ordinator, Leicester City Council

Louise Purser, Chair of BASW England Professional Capabilities and Development Practice,

Policy and Education Group

Robert Templeton, HCPC Board member

 

Celebrating Success – It’s a Marvellous Life

Subject of the BAFTA award winning film Marvellous Neil Baldwin with Dr. Malcolm Clarke

 

Mental Health – No laughing matter

Jake Mills, Comedian and founder of Chasing the Stigma

 

Workshops:

Remaining ethical when using social media

Donna Peach, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Salford

An enquiry into the role of the social worker in adoption, ethics and human rights

Brid Featherstone, Professor of Social Work, University of Huddersfield and

Dr. Anna Gupta, Senior lecturer, Royal Holloway University Department of Social Work

Resilience: How to stay resilient in social work; using peer coaching to reach your goals

Dr. Louise Grant, Head of Academic Studies and Deputy Programme Director at Frontline

‘Get to know me’ - Making social work for older people personal

Gerry Nosowska, Director of Effective Practice and associate for Research in Practice for

Adults (RiPfA) and for Child Centred Practice; Christine Ransome-Wallis and Pat Thomas

 

Costs

£10 Members

£35 Non members

£5 Students 

 

*Programme subject to change* 
 

Date : 23rd May 2017

Time : 9-5pm

Email : england@basw.co.uk

Telephone : 0121 622 8414

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