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- The word event and activity are used interchangeably in this section.
- Branch events, are events that are hosted/provided by the AASW.
- CPD endorsed events are events that are hosted by an external training provider. The training provider has been assessed by the AASW as meeting a set of quality standards which determines that the event is appropriate and relevant to social workers. If you have questions about a specific CPD endorsed event, please contact the training provider, contact information is available on the event listing.
- SWOT, stands for Social Work Online Training. SWOT is an AASW initiative to provide online training to social workers nationwide. Content is being developed and updated regularly. To browse the available content, please visit the SWOT page
|22 October 2020||
ACT Branch Annual Members' Meeting 2020
Annual Members' Meeting
The ACT Branch Management Committee warmly invites members to join the 2020 Annual Members' Meeting of the Victorian Branch of the Australian Association of Social Workers.
Join us for this free webinar. Full agenda to be announced shortly.
|Monday 26 October 2020||
Member Consultation: Tasmania 2021-2022 Pre-Budget Submission
The AASW Tasmanian Branch is currently developing our 2021- 2022 Pre-Budget Submission.
Every year, the Department of Treasury and Finance will undertake community consultations in preparation for the state budget. This is an important policy and advocacy activity for the AASW Tasmania to influence the allocation of state fund to services that impacts many vulnerable Tasmanians.
We are keen to ensure that our submission reflects the authentic voices of members in Tasmania.
|Wednesday 28 October 2020||
Webinar: Documentation of alternative stories and skills of living with young people who have mental health struggles: Barwon Social Work Practice Group
Documentation of alternative stories and skills of living with young people who have mental health struggles with special guest David Newman
|Weekly 5 November to 10 December 2020||
Live Online Workshop Series - Focused Psychological Strategies for Social Workers (Victorian Branch)
This online version of the ever-popular two-day workshop has designed offer a comprehensive and accessible exploration of the broad and eclectic strategies contained in the Medicare Protocol.
|Friday 20 November 2020||
Tasmanian Branch Annual Members' Meeting 2020
Annual Members' Meeting
The Tasmanian Branch Management Committee warmly invites members to join the 2020 Annual Members' Meeting of the Tasmanian Branch of the Australian Association of Social Workers.
Join us for this free event. Program to be announced shortly.
|Tuesday December 1, 2020||
A Networking Evening with Liz Forsyth - The future of the social services sector, and what it means for social workers
Liz Forsyth will discuss and present on the challenges and opportunities that the social services sector faces, both before and stemming from the COVID pandemic.
How social workers can prepare? What will their jobs look like going forward and what skills will be most important in this context?
|20 May 2021||
Reflective Supervision in social work practice
This one day workshop is for new and advanced supervisors to refresh their own ability to reflect within a busy and complex environment and to consolidate their ability to be present and responsive to the supervisee.
It will include ideas to support supervisors in guiding their own supervisees in bringing themselves and their professional dilemmas to meetings
|2 June 2021||
Sex, sexuality and relationships in social work practice
Sex, sexuality and relationships are areas of client identity that social workers often feel uncomfortable discussing. Drawing from the presenter’s own research and scholarship in this area, this workshop will equip practitioners to have conversations with clients about intimate relationships, sex and sexuality. Learning outcomes include: