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Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Seminar series announced for Northern Irish care workers

Written by The Editorial Team

Throughout 2014/2015 the Northern Irish Social Care Council (NISCC) will be hosting a series of free lunchtime seminars highlighting new initiatives, new research and outcomes from reviews that are relevant to social work and social care.

The first seminar ‘Understanding and Tackling Chronic Neglect in Children’ will be presented by Lynne Peyton on 19 June 2014 in the NISCC office.

Based on a review of more than 100 families, this session will provide an opportunity for practitioners, managers and service planners to consider how to consistently improve outcomes for neglected children.

Formerly an Asst Director in SHSSB and Director of NSPCC Northern Ireland Lynne Peyton has been an Independent Child Care consultant since 2001, helping statutory and voluntary organisations all over Ireland to get better outcomes for children.

Dates for your Diary – Seminars scheduled later in the year are listed below. Further details and booking forms will be available shortly.

    Tuesday 23 September 2014 – ‘A Model of Reflective Practice for Social Work in Northern Ireland’ – Prof Stan Houston - QUB
    Tuesday 2 December 2014 – ‘An Exploration of the Roles, Responsibilities and Services Provided by Home Care Workers in a Large Health and Social Care Trust’ - Dr Kevin Moore – University of Ulster
    Thursday 26 March 2015 – ‘Drinking from the Well: Developing social work practice with service users and carers’ - Joe Duffy - QUB

For further information contact Siobhan Loughran at Siobhan.loughran@niscc.hscni.net  by Friday 13 June 2014. Spaces are limited and will be awarded on a first come first served basis.

Download the booking form here: http://niscc.info/download.ashx?r=597