Stronger for Social Work – SASW Seminar


Thursday 1st June 2017 The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow 

5:00-5:30: Light Buffet

5:30-6:30pm: Seminar with the SSSC

From 5:30pm to 6:30pm the SSSC will speak about what they are doing to support social work. We will be listening, and then talking about the role and the responsibilities of the Regulatory body, their continuous professional development remit and the Fitness to Practise requirements. We want you to discuss the role of the Professional Association, and how we as SASW can support best practice at individual level as well as at policy level. How can we represent you, and help you in such a high pressurised job?

6:30-7:30pm: Social Work & the Election on June 8

From 6:30-7:30pm we can want to reflect on the BASW manifesto; we have invited representatives of political parties to debate with you what the election means for social work in Scotland. We want to reflect on the current climate – how is social work affected and what can social work do?


We need our members (but also those who maybe haven’t yet joined) to inform and shape that debate. Please email or phone 0131 221 9445 to confirm your attendance.

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