There are always interesting activities taking place at Kingston and exciting opportunities to take advantage of. Here are some examples of what you could be involved with if you study this course.
Social work conference
The Department of Social Work and Social Care is delighted to present its annual conference and evening seminar series.
We host an annual social work research conference, which:
- features distinguished keynote speakers;
- showcases recently completed or on-going research in the University;
- gives staff and masters students the chance to disseminate their research through seminar presentations; and
- attracts an audience of practitioners and academics.
Social work seminars
We also run a series of seminars, running either every month or every other month at the Kingston Hill campus. They include a distinguished keynote speaker and a presentation. The seminars are free and open to:
- all staff in local social services organisations in the statutory, voluntary and private sector; and
- service users, carers and their organisations that assist with the social work education programmes at the University.
Recent speakers have included:
- Marian Brandon (discussing serious case reviews: lessons for the protection of children)
- Hári Sewell (discussing mental health and race, culture and ethnicity)
- Sir Roger Singleton (discussing )
- Ann MacFarlane and John Evans (discussing the )
- Naomi Eisenstadt CB on 'Sure Start and Lessons for the Future'
- Dr Margaret Flynn on 'Lessons for safeguarding adults from the Winterbourne View and other serious case reviews'
- The Findings of the National Pilot Study of Personal Health Budgets' (presented by a leading member of the research team)
For more information and booking, contact Rick Hood via Rick.Hood@sgul.kingston.ac.uk.
View all our social work and social care events on the Department's events page.