After nearly 18 months, we finally get the opportunity to attend live events ! Although we are still not out of the woods yet, we all still need to take precautions and do everything we can to reduce the spread of COVID 19 and keep ourselves safe and well.
Community Care Live, is one of the leading industry events for social workers and employers of social workers. The 2 day event includes a wide range of free seminars, exhibitors, employers, training companies and much more. The event is free to registered social workers, and takes place at the Business Centre on the 12th and 13th October
Chinara Enterprises will be exhibiting for the first time at this event, and we shall also be hosting a free networking event on the evening of the 12th October, straight after the first day of the exhibition
We have a unique link especially for our readers, to register for the event for free, if you are a registered social worker. To register for the event using our unique link click here
Attending Community Care Live, will enable you to not only meet your CPD requirements for Social Work registration, if you are looking for work, you will get the opportunity to meet with prospective employers
We shall be have information about the services we have on offer, as well as some very special event offers. We look forward to seeing you there !
Free CPD event
Following our last live event on how to meet the CPD requirements for social work registration, we shall be hosting more live events on how to meet the CPD requirements. We are holding them at times to suit you. We will be talking through some examples of how to record on your Social Work England account, and provide an opportunity for you to share your examples .
To register visit our events page, and whilst you are there checkout our latest events.
Why not take out annual membership and benefit from huge savings and special offers for members and free events. Click on this page to find out more.
As adult social workers under the Care Act, our objective is to use the 6 principles of safeguarding: Empowerment, Prevention, Protection, Partnership, Proportionality, Accountability. We should be aware of the options available to work with clients in a way that empowers them and engages them in partnership to access their own motivation to work on the decluttering themselves and to prevent a recurrence.
Jan Carpenter is an Advance Adult Social Work Practitioner, Havening Techniques Practitioner, coach and trainer. He will be providing an overview of his recent experience working with Clouds End CIC, a therapeutic de-hoarding company, and working with people who hoard using Havening Techniques, which helps to improve their emotional wellbeing and in turn their motivation and accountability for their own dehoarding whilst also improving their mental health through the process.
Join us for a taster session 20th July at 6:30pm, ahead of the up and coming workshop.
“Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re probably right” Henry Ford
In this short taster session we will consider how our thinking patterns can impact on our self-confidence. And we will explore some of the confidence building tips and techniques that will enable you to take more control of your life.
Who can attend ?
All Chinara or Liquid Personnel members
Facilitator : Sarah Jones
Sarah is a highly experienced leadership and development consultant as well as Coach. She has significant experience of management and leadership development, managing change programmes, team development, stress management, resilience and employee wellbeing, performance management and personal development.
Sarah has over twenty years of hands-on front-line and team management experience coupled with a clear and energetic communication style. Facilitative and engaging training style using activities and exercises to promote learning and skill-building.
Consultation on the health and well being of social workers. social care, nurses, midwives , allied health professionals
Free live stream event
Kings College London are conducting research to explore the health and wellbeing of social workers, social care workers, nurses, midwives, Allied Healthcare Professional’s (AHPs), in UK during the Pandemic to formulate recommendations for improvements.
They ran 2 previous surveys (Phase 1 May-July 2020 and Phase 2 Nov 2020-Jan 2021) focussing on overall well-being and work-related quality of life decreased across the health and social care workforce during the pandemic.
What’s happening now?
Their current phase 3 survey (May-July 2021) is again examining the quality of working life, mental well-being, burnout and coping of social care workers, social care workers, midwives, nurses, AHPs as they continue to work in the post-pandemic phase. They want to explore what’s changed over the last six months.
If you are a social worker, social care worker, midwife, nurse or AHP, who is currently employed (this includes working as an agency/bank worker) or self-employed in the UK during the Covid -19 pandemic (children’s or adults services and in any setting) then please share your experiences with by completing a short survey. Please click on the survey link below for further information on the study and the questionnaire to complete. This takes around 15 minutes to complete.
Please click here to see some further information on the study and a questionnaire which will take 15 minutes to complete.
This is a joint project between the King’s College London research unit and teams from Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast, Bath Spa University – it has full ethical approval.
Live streamed event
Last year I went live on facebook to talk about meeting the CPD requirements for Social Work England. I had a good response, so I have decided to host another one !
I will be sharing useful tips on how to meet the CPD requirements for Social Work England, as well as reflecting on the proposed changes to CPD standards.
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