These workshops have been developed by Learning Network West and Glasgow Caledonian University to follow on from the success of the 2019 series! They are aimed at supporting current, and returning Practice Educators and link workers.
Sarah McCulloch reminds us that a relationship-based approach is collaborative, not confrontational, congruent, respectful and not indulgent or neglectful and essentially it is kind.
Happy New Year to all our members, near and far! Here’s what we have got planned!
Whatever your faith, whatever your culture, whatever your circumstances… let’s all try to be more aware and understand more about each other. Nollaig Chridheil Huibh!
The next meeting of Talking Social Work, the Tayside and Fife Professional Forum for anyone with an interest in social work, will explore the impact of poverty on people who use social work services.
IRISS has recently published a short paper on the topic of recording in social work practice. Read this if you have an interest in how care experienced adults access and understand records written about them.
The Journal of Practice Teaching & Learning are calling for papers for a special themed issue on assessment and decision-making in practice learning. Interested?
Supporting Scotland’s social services to find and use evidence from research, practice and experience.
Free interactive practice teaching lunchtime workshops for those working with students and those wishing to refresh this skill and role.
Learning Network West’s Interactive Conference is on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at the City Halls in Glasgow