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Social Work England, the specialist regulator for social workers in England, is offering free online sessions to help you with your CPD.

About this event

Aimed at: All social workers, but may be particularly beneficial to independent and agency social workers.

Cost: FREE

Date and time: Choose one session from the drop down list

Length: 90 mins.

Venue: Online via Microsoft Teams (no download necessary – you just need an email address).

Format: Presentation and Q&As via online chat messages

Does it count as CPD for social workers? Yes

Booking through Eventbrite is essential. You will be sent an email with the meeting link 2 days before the event, please use the link to the Teams Meeting to enter the session.

The sessions may be recorded, and the recording will only be shared with those who attended and those who were invited to attend. The recording will not to be shared any wider without consent.

If you have any queries about the sessions, please email

The purpose of the session is to:

• Share information about Social Work England and what we do

• Refresh your knowledge of the renewals process and how to maintain registration as a social worker

• Update you about the continuing professional development (CPD) requirements and how to meet them

• Share examples of CPD

• Share reflections on our first year including research and insights

• Look into the future, and consider how Social Work England will collaborate with practitioners moving forward and how you can be a part of this.

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Every day, social workers support millions of people to improve their chances in life.

Social Work England is a specialist body taking a new approach to regulating social workers in their vital roles.

We believe in the power of collaboration and share a common goal with those we regulate⁠—to protect the public, enable positive change and ultimately improve people’s lives.

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