Avril McIvor, Social Work Practice Learning says: We would like to invite you to the next University of Edinburgh ‘Community of Practice Learning Event’. in the Medical School, Teviot Place. Who is the target group for this event: Practice Teacher/Educators who currently have…
ScOPT’s, annual learning event incorporating our AGM will be hosted by the University of Dundee and focus on Wellbeing in relation to supporting our students to become the confident and resilient practitioners they need to be.
This seminar, exploring findings of a recently completed study of the primary school transition experiences of children from BME, migrant and refugee backgrounds in Edinburgh, Scotland. It will be delivered by a partnership of colleagues from Edinburgh and Stirling Universities and the Multi-Cultural Family Base in Edinburgh – the latter providing student placements to a range of SW programmes in Scotland.
What is K2A?
Knowledge into Action is the term used to encompass the combined processes of identifying, retrieving, evaluating, sharing and applying knowledge in a practical context.
SSSKS kicks off 2019 with new developments in access to their online library; e-learning sessions to support your access to this and On the Road workshops you can book for your community of practice.
CELCIS work on going beyond the headlines to understand the experience of going to university from care.
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.
The next meeting of the Tayside and Fife Professional Forum for anyone with an interest in social work will have a focus on Risk, Relationships and Professional Practice.
Three different perspectives will be presented following which there will be an opportunity to explore and discuss the issues raised.
“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.