Concern from BASW Criminal Justice over first Secure School
Both the BASW Criminal Justice; and Children and Families; Practice, Policy and Education Groups (CJ and F&C) are most concerned to read that the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is to establish the...
BASW and RiPfA seek social workers to help develop Capabilities Statement and Professional Development Pathway
BASW and RiPfA are seeking two social workers working with people who have learning disabilities to join the Stakeholder Reference Group to oversee this project.
BASW England webinar on renewals now available for members
BASW recently held a webinar on the final HCPC renewals before Social Work England takes over as regulatory body for all social workers.
The need to talk about youth violence has become more acute
After a well-received talk last year on youth violence, the Birmingham & Solihull branch is focussing this year’s event on social media and county lines
BASW England responds to new study of children’s mental ill-health
BASW England supports the call from the Education Policy Institute for a concerted child poverty reduction strategy and to invest in high quality early intervention services in all areas.
BASW England response to the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill
Dear Lord O’Shaughnessy, We write on behalf of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) to comment on the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill as it passes through Parliament. We welcome reform...
BASW England refreshes London branch and sets new goals
Social workers and trainees from greater London met to shape the agenda for the BASW England London branch for the coming year.
One of the 2.5% being audited? Don’t panic!
BASW PO Gavin Moorghen was once audited by HCPC, here he outlines what you need to do if you get the call.
Get involved in the refresh of PEPS
BASW England calls for members to get involved in the refresh of PEPS