Professional Learning in Social Work 2013

The Office of Professional Learning (OPL) has a well-deserved reputation as a quality provider professional development for social work and social policy professionals. The faculty's staff have expertise in a wide range of areas including violence, disability, gender, feminism, discrimination, gay and lesbian studies, inequality, health, housing, social policy, multiculturalism, death and dying, palliative care, aged care, community development, community well-being, field education, practice standards, supervision, practice-based research, critical reflection, social theory and social inclusion.

In addition to our advertised event, , which will be run once in each semester, we can provide customised workshops and short courses for your agency, department or faculty. To discuss this option further, contact Nina Goodwin. Many of our programs have received continuing professional development recognition from the AASW.

March

 

 

April

 

 

May

Wed 22 & Wed 29

Two-day workshop in professional practice supervision
Presenter: Roslyn Giles AM

June

Tue 11

Half-day introductory course to motivational interviewing for enhancing change talk
Presenter: Dr Kate Russell

Wed 12 & Thu 13

Two-day intensive workshop in motivational interviewing for enhancing change talk
Presenter: Dr Kate Russell

July

 

 

August

 

 

September

 

 

October

 

 

November

Mon 18

Half-day introductory course to motivational interviewing for enhancing change talk
Presenter: Dr Kate Russell

Tue 19 & Wed 20

Two-day intensive workshop in motivational interviewing for enhancing change talk
Presenter: Dr Kate Russell