Nicola Atwool, associate professor at Otago University, will talk about some of the challenges of social work and lead a workshop on child-centred and trauma-informed practice as two examples of current practice issues.
Morning session agenda (8.30am - 11.45am):
Why are the two practices important? Changes in the NZ care and protection system
Dominant perspectives on care and protection
What is Child-Centred Practice and where did it come from?
Afternoon session agenda (12.30pm - 3.45pm):
What is trauma and trauma-informed practice?
The impact of trauma on brain development
Implications for social work - children, adults, and perpetrators
Thursday 15 February 2018, 8.30am to 3.45pm
Addington Raceway, Silks Lounge
75 Jack Hinton Dr, Addington, Christchurch
Refreshments and lunch provided.
NOTE: It is possible to register for a half day—morning or afternoon. Morning session will cover child-centred practice, afternoon session will cover trauma-informed practice.
$30 for SSPA members ($15 for a half day).
$50 for non SSPA ($25 for a half day).
|Event Date||15-02-2018 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||15-02-2018 3:45 pm|
|Cut off date||13-02-2018 5:00 pm|
|Individual Price||15 - 50|
Dr. Nicola Atwool from Otago University presenting on child-centred and trauma-informed practice as two examples of current practice issues.
29 November in Hastings.
|Event Date||Wednesday, 29 November 2017|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 29 November 2017|
|Cut off date||Monday, 27 November 2017|
This aims to develop the skills and knowledge of participants to win contracts through tendering.
Margaret Gilbert, Director of Corporate Contracts Management, helps participants to understand the procurement process and how best to respond to tenders by having an effective proposal response.
Auckland, 17 November
|Event Date||Friday, 17 November 2017|
|Event End Date||Friday, 17 November 2017|
This course is developed by the Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research and aims to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that prepare participants to work effectively with people from cultures other than their own, including clients and co-workers.
At this training, you will:
- Test out and extend your cultural competency
- Recognise your own cultural lens
- Learn how to apply it in everyday life
This training is for organisations and communities that work with people from a variety of ethnic backgrounds.
1 - Day Training, 8.30am to 4.00pm, in three locations in Auckland.
|Event Date||Monday, 30 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 01 November 2017|
|Cut off date||Wednesday, 25 October 2017|
An interactive workshop on child-centred and trauma-informed practice as two examples of current practice issues. 12 Sep in Alexandra.
|Event Date||Tuesday, 12 September 2017|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 12 September 2017|
Beyond Boundaries: collaboration in action, Kei Tua o Pae: Kia Kotahi te Whakaaro
Te Papa – Wellington – Monday and Tuesday, 4 and 5 September
To download conference papers, go to Conference 2017 page.
|Event Date||Monday, 04 September 2017|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 05 September 2017|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 31 August 2017|