BASW England Relationship-based Practice Week - Keynote and Digital relationship tools seminar
BASW England 80-20 Campaign in partnership with University of Sussex Talking and Listening to Children (TLC) Research
Maris Stratulis, BASW England Director, will introduce the week of action for 80-20 campaign which is seeking to increase the time social workers have to undertake direct practice and receive reflective practice in children and families social work. Tom Stibbs, Principal Children & Families Social Worker for Brighton & Hove City Council, will talk about how a Local Authority has tried to implement relationship-based practice and what this means for the organisation and social workers.
Digital relationship tools seminar
Gillian Ruch, Professor of Social Work at the University of Sussex, will be introducing the new digital kitbag and its benefits during a time of the Covid-19 lockdown. Gillian will also be talking about the and Talking and Listening to Children research and practice campaign.
Outcomes for practitioners:
- Understand the importance of relationship-based practice in a virtual world
- Identify new ways of working using the digital kitbag
- Discover ways to improve practice in your service
Outcomes for employers:
- Consider new ways to implement relationship-based practice
- Identify new digital tools for your workforce
- Discover how you can develop a stronger service