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SWRB's Experience pathway: S13 digital zoom Q&A session

October 23, 2020 at 2:56 PM

From Social Service Providers Aotearoa

The Social Workers Registration Board is running a digital Q&A zoom session next week specifically for people who want to apply to become registered using the Experience Pathway: S13. This is the pathway for people who have 10-15 years’ experience practising social work in New Zealand but don’t have a social work qualification.
The Q&A session will be held on Tuesday 27th October from 1-2pm, at the following link: It’s being hosted by Andrew Thompson (Principal Advisor Social Work) and Patsy Kainuku (Senior Māori advisor, social work practice). Both are registered social workers at the SWRB and are passionate about helping social workers get registered. People are welcome to drop in and ask a question and don’t need to stay for the whole hour but, of course, are welcome to if they want.  

And, SWRB are continuing their regular Thursday digital Q&A zoom sessions from 1-2pm where the registration team is available to answer any questions. These can be found at the following link:

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