Have you signed up for The Social Work Show?

Have you signed up for The Social Work Show?

Have you signed up for The Social Work Show? Click to enlarge

09 Apr 2019

Book your ticket today

With just over one month to go until The Social Work Show on 13 May 2019, it’s time for you to book your free ticket to Manchester’s biggest social work and care event of the year.

This free conference and exhibition aims to celebrate the achievements of the social work and care sector by bringing together professionals from across the UK for a day of networking, training and career development.

The packed conference programme will feature more than 30 workshops and films on topics such as children’s services, adult social care, legal skills and mental health, providing visitors with up-to-date sector news, strategies and research. A full timetable of the sessions will be available on our website in due course, but sessions are set to include: 

Anti-Poverty Practice: A guide for social workers
BASW England

What next? Intervening to modify child abuse and neglect
Child and Family Training

Systemic practice and systemic influences
Telford and Wrekin Council

Charter for Disabled Adults and Social Workers
BASW England

Standing strong in the witness box: Prepare for a grilling
The Open University

Issues affecting asylum seekers, refugees and the support needed from social workers
British Red Cross

Using psychotherapy, attachment theory and neuroscientific research to build relationships
The Mulberry Bush

Special Guardianship Orders: Legal masterclass
Shefali Shah, Author, Kingsley Knight Training

The Court of Protection and deputyship
Hugh Jones Solicitors

… and many more

Running alongside the seminars, the event will also host an exhibition featuring a wide range of organisations, including a number of local authorities.

Free tickets can be booked using this link: 


If you have any questions or would like to find out more about the event, call The Social Work Show team 01892 784804.


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