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BASW Independents Conference 2016: Threat or opportunity - independent practice within a changing political climate

British Association of Social Workers

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 from 09:30 to 16:00 (BST)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
BASW Member (£135 + VAT) 1d 10h 47m £162.00 £0.00
BASW Member (£150 + VAT) Conference & Getting Started... and Keeping Going workshop 7 November   more info 1d 20h 17m £180.00 £0.00
NON BASW member (£235 + VAT) 1d 10h 47m £282.00 £0.00
* Prices include VAT

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Threat or opportunity - independent practice within a changing political climate 

BASW Independents Annual Conference

Tuesday 27 September 2016


This annual conference provides an excellent opportunity for a group of delegates drawn from the 5500+ BASW Independents community to meet for a day of continued professional development. The day aims to offer presentations on current issues, workshops focusing on business or social work practice along with networking opportunities.   

 

Speakers 

Keynote: Dr Vasilios Iaokimidis Senior Lecturer in Social Work Durham University & founding member of the Social Work Action Network

Sir Julian Le Grand Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy London School of Economics and Political Science & former Chairman of the Social Work Practices Working Group for the UK Department for Children, Families and Schools

Dr Ruth Allen BASW Chief Executive

Workshops 

Kye Burchmore Assured Tax Consulting

Kye will apply his legal expertise to this workshop exploring contracting (including tax considerations), benefits and drawbacks of working arrangements including umbrella companies and personal service companies.

Jon Bolton Focused on Learning Ltd.

You have a digital identity – sometimes whether you want it or not. It’s in the data you leave behind when you go online. It’s what you’ve said, what others have said about you, where you’ve been, images you’re tagged in, personal information, social media profiles and much more. It's important to better understand and manage your online identity. This workshop aims to create critical awareness of your digital identity as well as thinking about the blurred boundaries between personal and professional online.

David Riley National Data Guardian 

What do the new standards to keep information secure and give service users choice mean for social care?

 

BASW Members £162 (£135 + VAT) 

BASW Members £180 (£150 + VAT) Booking for two events

Independents conference 27 September

Getting Started... and Keeping Going Workshop 7 November

BASW Non-members £282 (£235 + VAT)

[Delegates will receive a VAT receipt] 

 

There are exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities for this event. Please email independents@basw.co.uk for more information. 

* Programme may change

Do you have questions about BASW Independents Conference 2016: Threat or opportunity - independent practice within a changing political climate? Contact British Association of Social Workers

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The Bristol Hotel
Prince Street
BS1 4QF Bristol
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 from 09:30 to 16:00 (BST)


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