Theory and Skill into Practice
|CPD hrs:||3 hours|
|CPD Category:||2 - Skills and Knowledge|
$69 for student members,
$149 for members and
$210 for non-members.
Theory and Skill into Practice. 80 Social Work Skills for Practice: Translating 'knowing what' into 'knowing how', presented by Dr Pamela Trevithick, is designed to assist participants in translating theory into practice. It is a very practical course. The course introduces a Practice Framework designed to integrate knowledge and skills and how we translate ‘knowing what’ into ‘knowing how’. The course covers 80 key skills and interventions including communication, organisation and hands-on skills training.
Dr Trevithick is the Visiting Professor in Social Work at Buckinghamshire New University and a former Program Director for the BSc in Social Work at the University of Gloucestershire. She is the author of the best-selling text ‘Social Work Skills and Knowledge’: A Practice Handbook (2012), which is a recommended text on most UK social work programs and is sold widely in Australia.
This is a recording of a presentation hosted by Victorian Branch hosted that has been made into a SWOT course
This course can be claimed for CPD purposes, consistent with the CPD Goals and Hours Requirements.
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$69 for student members, $149 for members and $210 for non-members.
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