While moving between campuses in Norway, Sweden and Denmark, students learn about Nordic Welfare Models, welfare transition, innovation and user participation.
This seminar provides an opportunity for incoming students to orient themselves to the Ph D program.
The seminar is organized as a series of informal presentations and discussions, where participants have an opportunity to ask other doctoral students and faculty about their research, available resources, networks and procedures.
BASW runs courses, conferences and seminars where social workers can exchange ideas and update their skills.
In a globalized world, with growing social diversity and increasing international migration, social workers face new challenges and demands.
Once registered as a practitioner, you’ll be required to retain your name on the register by keeping your knowledge and skills up to date and paying an annual retention fee.
As a qualified social worker joining the NHS, you have training to introduce you to the service.
Wherever you're based, you will spend a lot of time visiting clients.
To practise as a social worker, you must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
This course looks at the transmission of trauma from cultural, communal, familial and individual perspectives.
Students critically examine the impact of generational trauma on historical and current risk factors in communities and gain understanding of the importance of resiliency factors in preventing the transmission of generational trauma.