Whatever your faith, whatever your culture, whatever your circumstances… let’s all try to be more aware and understand more about each other.
CELCIS work on going beyond the headlines to understand the experience of going to university from care.
SIRCC invite all with an interest in residential child care – practitioners and young people – to apply to be part of the programme for the 20th anniversary of this annual conference.
IRISS have published a new Insight on restorative justice, written by Steve Kirkwood, University of Edinburgh. Another useful learning resource for Practice Educators, students and practitioners.
Joanna Rawles discusses how social work students develop the skills for professional judgement on their placements and what helps them to do so.
“Adoption is much more than a one-off event. It is a lifelong process for all.” A new IRISS insight about adults -adopted people, adoptive parents and birth parents.
IRISS have signposted us to new resources to support practitioners, Practice Educators and students working with children and adults in families.
ScOPT Trustee Gillian Muir reflects on the Practice Teaching and Field Education in Health and Social Work conference held in Oxford earlier this year.
The School of Applied Social Studies invites you to the attend the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Social Work Education at Robert Gordon University
These materials are all openly accessible on the Support Around Death website and can be used in a range of different teaching settings for health and social care professionals.