Research in Practice | Practice Supervisor Development Programme

Research in Practice, together with a group of partners, have formed a consortium to develop and deliver a national Practice Supervisor Development Programme (PSDP) funded by the Department for Education. Answers to some of the frequently asked questions can be found here. Key aims and values of the PSDP include "empowering practitioners to build confidence, mobilising academic... Continue Reading →

2018 annual conference of the UEA Centre for Research on Children and Families

Thanks to Jonathan Dickens and the UEA Centre for Resesarch for this warmest of invites to all IROs: Dear colleague I am pleased to send you the attached invitation to the 2018 annual conference of the UEA Centre for Research on Children and Families, to be held in London on 22 June 2018. The topic... Continue Reading →

IRO Conference – Not to stop questioning …

NIROMP is delighted to offer up to 50 free invites to this key event for practising Independent Reviewing Officers (IROs). It is to be held on 17th October 2017 at Tooley Street, London. This key event for IROs should provide an opportunity to network, to engage with key messages from research and to critically reflect... Continue Reading →

Social Work Innovations Conference – Compass

COMPASS are providing this conference at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square, London on 13 November. The conference is free for all pre-registered visitors and all social workers and allied health professionals are welcome. Click here to register for your free ticket to the event , or to enquire about exhibiting call the COMPASS team on... Continue Reading →

“The role of the IRO in championing children’s rights in the age of austerity”

NAIRO 7th Annual Conference is to be held on 19th October 2017, 10:00 – 16:00. Venue: Resource For London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA Event details A range of top speakers including members of the judiciary, parliament, practitioners and academia have been invited to speak Confirmed speakers include: •Emma Lewell-Buck MP, Shadow Minister for... Continue Reading →

Social work and radicalisation – addressing policy and practice dilemmas

Social workers and local authorities are increasingly being tasked with intervening and working with families in cases of suspected radicalisation and extremism. A free webinar session is being held on 25th April to help raise understanding of good practice in these situations, as well as the duties placed on professionals under the government’s Prevent strategy.... Continue Reading →

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