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087 Claudia Megele Online Safety

Posted by on Jan 20, 2019 in abuse, Children & Social Care, crime, education, Media, Podcasts, safeguarding, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Violence, Social Media, social work education, Training, Uncategorized, victim | 0 comments

087 Claudia Megele Online Safety

The internet can be a dangerous place and protecting the vulnerable from those who prey on them is becoming more and more important. Claudia is an expert on digital engagement and online safeguarding. She is co-chair of the Principal Social Workers’ national network. She is a fellow of National Institute of Health Research NIHR and Head of Service within a local authority. She is the founder of “Social Work and Media” Network (@SWSCmedia) which was the first open access social work community offering weekly open debate about social work...

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085 Global Institute Social Work (GISW)

Posted by on Oct 25, 2018 in Child Abuse, education, government, International, Podcasts, safeguarding, Social Work, social work education, Training Courses, Uncategorized | 0 comments

085 Global Institute Social Work (GISW)

I’m very pleased to have been invited on to the International Advisory Board that Tiong Chairs and , in this interview, he lays out the vision and the opportunities for the GISW at its five year anniversary.

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082 Ann Marie Christian- Education Safeguarding

Posted by on Feb 28, 2018 in abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, education, Podcasts, safeguarding, Social Work, social work education | 0 comments

082 Ann Marie Christian- Education Safeguarding

Safeguarding in education has always been a high priority as young peoplle sometimes spend more waking hours at school than at home. School staff of all disciplines, are part of the ‘front line’ when it comes to safeguarding. Ann Marie is an Independent social worker. She qualified in 1996 as a social worker and worked in a generic children & families neighbourhood team. She took part in a pilot project in 1999 based in a school as a social worker for four years.  Ann Marie completed her ‘practice teaching’...

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081 Robert Goodwill MP

Posted by on Dec 20, 2017 in Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, government, law, Media, Podcasts, policy, Research, safeguarding, Social Work, social work education, Uncategorized | 0 comments

081 Robert Goodwill MP

Robert Goodwill MP was appointed Minister of State at the Department for Education on 12 June 2017. He was elected Conservative MP for Scarborough and Whitby in 2005. He is Minister of State for Children and Families. His responsibilities include: child protection (including protection from child sexual exploitation and safeguarding), local authority children’s social care and family law children in care, care leavers and adoption childcare policy including delivery of the 30 hours free childcare offer, inspection and regulation early years...

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080 Obituary.Those we have lost.

Posted by on Nov 26, 2017 in Bristol, Children, Media, Podcasts, policy, safeguarding, Social Work, social work education | 0 comments

080 Obituary.Those we have lost.

  Dr David Colvin and Bill McKitterick both have been lost to us this year.  David was my friend and mentor. He helped me through many difficult situations with a deep rooted wisdom and a compassionate outlook on life. He was a major figure throughout the Scottish social and care system and was appointed chief social work adviser for Scotland in 1991. He was instrumental in the implementation of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 and was in the forefront of modernising the profession, becoming senior adviser of the Social Work Services...

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079 Safeguarding Boards. Prof Nick Frost

Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Child Abuse, Children & Social Care, government, Podcasts, safeguarding, Social Work, social work education | 0 comments

079 Safeguarding Boards. Prof Nick Frost

We talk of the future of Safeguarding Boards and what the new guidelines could mean following the Wood Review. These new arrangements will affect so many people and, now there is a defined consultation process,it’s important to consider the implications.. Nick Frost is Professor of Social Work (childhood, children and families), at the School of Health and Community, Leeds Beckett University. He took up this post in Feb., 2007. Nick is a qualified and registered social worker, and practiced in local authority social work settings for 15...

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Social Work & the Media

Posted by on Oct 8, 2017 in Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, Media, Media Training, safeguarding, Social Media, Social Work, social work education, Training Courses | 0 comments

Social Work & the Media

All my working life I’ve watched my profession defend itself in the court of media opinion.

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