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Wednesday 1 September

SASW Conference session 2 - POVERTY: THE WALLPAPER OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE

With guest speakers Darren McGarvey (from BBC documentary 'Darren McGarvey's Class Wars' and author of Poverty Safari), Professor Kate Morris (University of Sheffield) and Professor Brid Featherstone (University of Huddersfield). A session looking to aid understanding of how it lives to live in poverty. How this interacts with social justice and how social workers can make a difference.

Thursday 2 September

BASW UK Success in Social Work Webinar series & SASW Conference session 3 - LEARNING FROM HISTORY: DOMESTIC ABUSE IN THE POST-WAR PERIOD

Listen in to this live webinar, suitable for delegate nationwide. Reflecting on women's experience of domestic abuse in Scotland and how society has responded to this, both in the past and present time. With Dr Anni Donaldson (oral historian, academic and writer) and Chief Superintendent Sam McClusky (Police Scotland)

Friday 3rd September

BASW England - UNPICKING THE MYTHS AROUND DOMESTIC ABUSE

Following the launch of BASW England’s recent domestic abuse guidance, which highlighted the intersectionality of victim-survivors from marginalised backgrounds, we are proud to present this webinar in partnership with Dr Jo Neale, who discusses myths surrounding domestic abuse.

Tuesday 7th September

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme - STEPPING STONES: FROM SOCIAL WORKER TO SUPERVISOR TRAINING

Siobhan Maclean leads this session looking at the What? Why? How? framework in relation to supervision

Wednesday 8th September  

Transitional Safeguarding: Bridging the Gap

Delivered by the Local Government Association with input from Ruth Allen, BASW Chief Executive

Wednesday 15th September

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme - UNDERSTANDING ATTACHMENT IN CHILDREN'S SOCIAL CARE TRAINING

This 1-day programme is aimed at workers who deliver frontline services to children, families and carers exploring how understanding Attachment, Poor Care, Separation and Loss is relevant to assessing need, care-planning and supporting both children and families using a whole family approach, in order to achieve better outcomes.

Tuesday 21 September

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme: STEPPING STONES - PREPARING FOR PLACEMENT TRAINING

Siobhan Maclean has been a practice educator for 27 years and in that time has worked with more than 200 students, she will draw on this experience to provide some very practical hints and tips around getting the most from every placement opportunity

Wednesday 22nd September

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme: BIA & DOLS REFRESHER TRAINING

This one-day programme is designed as a peer learning experience and refresher, providing detailed updates and a reflective space to support Best Interests Assessors and s12 colleagues in practice and deliver the requirements of continued learning as per the Mental Capacity Act (MCA)/(Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) regulations for assessors.

Thursday 23rd September

Safeguarding in the NGO Sector - more details coming soon

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme - BASW - BECOMING ALLIES IN SOCIAL WORK: UNDERSTANDING LGBTQIA+ INEQUALITIES - KEY CONCEPTS

The start of a new programme delivered in collaboration with the National LGBT Partnership.

Post September:

Wednesday 13th October

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme - TRANSITIONAL AND CONTEXTUAL SAFEGUARDING TRAINING

Contextual safeguarding applies to the safegaurding response provided to older teenagers and young adults. Learn more about how promote the safety of vulnerable young people on this course.

Tuesday 9th November - 7th December - SAFE & TOGETHER MODEL CORE TRAINING BY SASW

4 x online learning modules and 4 x facilitated zoom sessions with our trainer, Sarah McMillan. Providing a skills orientated foundation for domestic violence-informed practice with the goal of changing professional behaviour.

Wednesday 1st December

BASW UK Taught Skills Programme - SAFEGUARDING ADULTS LEVEL 4: NAMED PROFESSIONALS TRAINING

One day taught session designed for Named Professionals working in provider services & commissioning services plus Safeguarding Leads & Board members.