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Scottish Social Services Awards 2017

The Scottish Social Services Awards are now open for nominations.

Including 10 new categories such as ‘silo buster’, ‘the untold story’ and ‘head above the parapet’ the awards have been designed to recognise innovation and excellent practice across the sector.

Launched by the Social Work Services Strategic Forum, a partnership set up to create and deliver a vision for high quality and effective social services, it will celebrate individuals, teams and organisations making a positive difference to peoples’ lives.

Shortlisted entrants will be required to create a 1-2 minute promotional film of their story using smart phones.  Help and support will be provided.

Nominations are open until 28 February 2017. Find out more about the full list of categories and how to enter at www.sssa.scot

Finalists will be invited to attend an afternoon tea awards ceremony at Crieff Hyrdo Hotel on 13 June 2017.

The Minister for Childcare and Early Year, Mark McDonald will open the awards which will be compered by Sally Magnusson. You can read what the Minister said about the launch of the awards here. Continue reading ‘Scottish Social Services Awards 2017’

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Get Up & Go Awards 2016

Get Up & Go Awards 2016

Hello everyone

Our awards are now OPEN

CLOSING DATE Friday 23rd September

Continue reading ‘Get Up & Go Awards 2016’

Closing Date: 22 January!

If you would like to nominate someone for a SASW Social Work Award please see the attached flyer and nomination form: SASW awards.

SASW Social Work Awards 2014

The closing date is 28 November so you’ll have to get a move on but if there’s a social worker you think deserves to be nominated you can do so using this form: Nomination Form 2014

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Do you know a great social worker?

Nominations are open for SASW’s Social Work Awards. You can nominate for Social Worker of the Year, Residential Care Worker of the Year and Student Social Worker of the Year.

SASW Social Work Awards


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