The Cheshire and Merseyside Social Work Teaching Partnership welcomed representatives from Teaching Partnerships across the country and partner agencies to Liverpool on 14th November 2019 for the National Teaching Partnership Conference.
The theme of the conference was “celebrating success and sharing best practice” and a packed agenda ran through the day with sessions on sustainability and partnership working provoking discussions and providing lots of food for thought.
With a key note speech from Social Work England and a presentation of the Practice Supervisor Development Programme from Goldsmiths University of London.
See all the workshops and presentations below:-
1A The Impact of Practitioner Teaching on Staff Development in the Local Authority
1B Rural Social Work – Challenges and Opportunities
1C Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Practice
2A Creating a Culture of Research Mindedness in Social Work
2B A Case Study in Sustainability
3A Transitioning Teaching Partnerships from Start-up to BAU Self-funding Partnerships
3B Building an Effective Relationship Between Academia and Practice – Lessons from the SYTP
4C Sustainability Planning – How Your Teaching Partnership Can Survive Without Government Funding
Key Note Speech – Enabling positive change in social work