Social Work Seminar Series
Social Work has a lively programme of seminars which are free and open to all, and which can be used by practitioners to demonstrate that they have met their CPD and Post-Qualifying Registration Training and Learning (PRTL) obligations.
The seminars cover a range of interesting topics which are of interest to social work students and practitioners from all areas of practice. We look forward to welcoming you at some or all of our seminars.
|Date / Time||Details||Where|
|28th Feb 2020 16:00 (1 hour and 30 minutes)||Seminar: Interlocking genealogies of social work's benevolent violences: Key moments the 1790's and 1890's
Speaker: Chris Chapman # Professor of Social Work at York University, Canada
|Practice Suite (1.12), Chrystal Macmillan Building, 15a George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LD|
|24th Mar 2020 15:00 (2 hours)||Seminar: Working in partnership with families – Did a red-hot idea become a like warm bath?
Speaker: Professor Kate Morris # Sheffield University
|4.3 Lister Learning & Teaching Centre, 5 Roxburgh Pl, Edinburgh EH8 9SU|
|29th Apr 2020 15:00 (2 hours)||Seminar: Participatory Action Research and policy impact: using creative arts to work with young survivors of gender based violence and policy makers
Speaker: Dr Claire Houghton # Edinburgh University
|Violet Laidlaw Room, 6th Floor, Chrystal Macmillan Building, 15a George Square, EH21 6AN|