North Tyneside

NESWA ASYE/NQSW Sessions – 5th & 12th November

NESWA is running a couple of sessions for Newly Qualified Social Workers (NQSW) and those in their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) in November to meet up with fellow recently qualified practitioners to discuss their experiences and share ideas of best practice. NESWA has worked with a number of practitioners at all levels…

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Critical Publishing – Offers for NQSWs!

Here at NESWA we know that starting your professional social work career can be pretty daunting and there is a lot of things to take on board as an NQSW. To that end, the good folks at Critical Publishing are offering a Three for Two Deal on their core titles, which may provide useful reading…

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WORLD SOCIAL WORK DAY 2018

Today we celebrate World Social Work Day 2018!! This is an important date for Our Social Work across the world and NESWA is celebrating all the good social work practice that goes on in the region. We are hoping to showcase lots of different events and items on the site over the next couple of…

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Public consultation on the policy underpinning the regulatory framework for the new specialist regulator for social workers in England

On the 8th February, the Department for Education and the Department of Health and Social Care launched a public consultation on the policy underpinning the regulatory framework for the new specialist regulator for social workers in England: Social Work England.   Social Work England will undertake core regulatory functions including: setting standards holding the professional…

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Prison staff responding to self-harm in English Women’s Prisons

19th January 2018, 4.15pm Room L50, Department of Psychology, Durham University South Road, Durham, DH1 3LE A fantastic seminar opportunity open to social work students, practitioners, lecturers and anyone else interested, through NESWA. This paper considers how those who work in prisons are affected by and respond to repetitive self-harm of imprisoned women in English prisons.…

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