AASW TAS Southern Regional World Social Work Day Breakfast 2019
|Date:||19 March 2019|
|Time:||7.30am - 8.45am|
|CPD hrs:||1.25 hrs|
Free to attend.
Please pay for own food. One complimentary drink provided
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The Tasmanian Branch is delighted to invite all southern social workers to celebrate World Social Work Day 2019 together over breakfast.
All members of the social work community are welcome to attend, including social work students.
The theme chosen by the International Federation of Social Workers for 2019 is Promoting the Importance of Human Relationships. Join Jacqui Russell from the Branch Committee to discuss this year's theme and celebrate social workers' contributions to improving human relationships over a friendly breakfast.
Date: Tuesday 19 March 2019
Time: 7.30am - 8.45am
Venue: Embers Bar & Grill, 156 Bathurst Street, Hobart (Tall tables to the left of the entrance)
Buffet breakfast available (full hot buffet breakfast $24 | continental breakfast $19)
One complimentary tea or coffee for each attendee provided courtesy of the Branch.
Register online via buttons on the right.
Members please log in to the website before registering so your CPD hours can be automatically logged to your membership.
CPD hours can be claimed in Category 3: Attending World Social Work Day event
International Federation of Social Work - World Social Work Day
This year’s theme Promoting the Importance of Human Relationships focuses on the social relationships between people’s essential relationships with each other, their environments and their futures.
IFSW Secretary-General Rory Truell: "Each year World Social Work Day expands. We see people that use social work services and community members side-by-side with social workers highlighting the important issues of the Global Agenda for Social Work and Social Development. The Global Agenda has bound social workers together globally as advocates for social justice and transformation that enhances social, human and environmental rights”. More about IFSW WSWD