ADSW Travel Award 2012 – win £2,000 to travel abroad and look at social work practice in other countries

Win £2000 to travel abroad or in the UK and look at how other people provide social work services.

ADSW and the Scottish Government are offering an exciting opportunity to any individual or team providing social work/social care in Scotland to do just that through our Kay Carmichael Travel Award. The award was founded to help people improve understanding in their field of social work by allowing them to examine it from a different perspective. We all develop our own ways of doing things, and exploring how other people and other cultures approach similar issues can help us to improve, reassess or strengthen our practice.

More information about the award can be found at our website including the winning application from last year, Simon Gittins who travelled to Melbourne, Australia to compare and contrast Criminal Justice Services in Australia with those in West Lothian.

The deadline for applications is the 24th February 2012

Apply now

For more information about the award please contact sophie.mills@adsw.org.uk or call on 0131 474 9220

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