Sunderland

Regional Service User & Carer Reference Group – Get Involved Today!

NESWA is pleased to announce the continuation of work started by Sarah Lonbay at Northumbria University last year to develop a Service User and Carer Reference Group for the region. The project work is ongoing until March 2019 and this year the group will be developing training to deliver to staff working in social work…

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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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Coast to Coast Regional Adoption Agency

Earlier this year, it was announced that there was to be the creation of a Coast to Coast Regional Adoption Agency which is due to go live in October this year. Below is a link to the first newsletter produced by the group which contains members of the NESWA partnership along with voluntary and independent…

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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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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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Life Changing Moments – Pauline’s Story

Hear from Social Work student Pauline Richardson about her experiences at the University of Sunderland and the disability support she received. Visit University of Sunderland Related Links NESWA EXPERTS BY EXPERIENCE CONFERENCE 27th March, 2019 #valuinginvolvement We are delighted to announce the upcoming NESWA EXPERTS BY EXPERIENCE CONFERENCE which will take place on the 27th…

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Social Work BA (Hons)

BA (Hons) Social Work is the essential first step to becoming a qualified Social Worker. When you have graduated you will be eligible to register as a social worker with the Health and Care Professions Council. Social Workers improve the lives of a huge range of people. You could work with people with learning difficulties,…

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