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Considering a SW student placement?

February 27, 2014 at 9:44 AM

Free Field Education Training Day on Wednesday 12th March 2014 at Massey University Albany Campus.

Massey and Auckland University social work departments are collaborating on this training workshop for those people considering or interested in supporting a social work student on placement this 2014 year or in future.

We also provide an excellent lunch!


Here is your Invite and parking guide

It’s a very informal fun session focusing on what works well for student:

·        orientation

·        assessment and evaluation

·        supervision

You will get to meet and network with others in the social sector, ask questions and meet the field education practicum teams from both universities.

The afternoon session (1-3pm) is a continuing professional development opportunity. Associate Professor Ksenija Napan will be looking at The Contact-Challenge Method

If you are unable to attend the March training we will also be holding another training on Tuesday 15th July @ Auckland University Epsom Campus this will have a different CPD opportunity in the afternoon.

Please RSVP to Nicci Salter by Wednesday 5th March  for catering purposes.

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