SHAPING A PROFESSION: The historical development of social work education and training

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SHAPING A PROFESSION: The historical development of social work education and training

Time: September 13, 2017 from 1:30pm to 4pm
Location: Riverside Campus
Street: Castle Street
City/Town: Chester CH1 1BW
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Phone: See link above
Event Type: university, of, chester
Organized By: The Social Work History Network
Latest Activity: Jun 19, 2017

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SPEAKERS

Professor Ann DavisEmeritus Professor of Social Work and Mental Health, University of Birmingham: 'The social work curriculum: A view from the archives'

Malcolm JordanVolunteer Co-ordinator: 'Seebohm and Communities: What happened to radicalsocial work education?'

Professor Karen LyonsEmeritus Professor, International Social Work, London Metropolitan University: 'Social work education and training in Europe: A retrospective view'


A display of documents, ephemera and a timeline relating to the history of social work education and training will be available to view before and after the meeting.

The University of Chester Riverside Museum, which displays items relating to the history of nursing and social work, is open between 12 noon and 1.30pm.

There is no charge for this event, but we do welcome donations of £10 on the day.

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