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19th December
18:00 to 19:00
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SCSW Research & Practice Twilight session

19th December 18:00 to 19:00
This session focuses on the role of children's social workers. This session will be hosted by lecturer Camilla Ventre, a former team leader of a Children's Social Work team, and facilitated by Chris King, MMU Teaching Consultant, and Attia Hussain, practicing Social Worker and former Teaching Consultant at MMU.

Having a basic understanding of the role of a children’s social worker, and how this role may change in the lead up to Christmas time is important for all in health and social care. This session will be an opportunity to ask questions about the role and how this might apply to your education and practice.

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In A Nutshell...

  • Collaborate... with students across the university, academics, and Health & Social Care professionals currently in practice.
  • Upskill... in knowledge about the role of a children’s social worker at Christmas time.
  • Engage Online... a Teams-based opportunity to maximise the diversity of experience brought by students and professionals.
  • Show Leadership... and the opportunity to take responsibility for learning and sharing knowledge with others.
  • Gain Recognition... by developing your contribution to learning in safeguarding children.
  • Earn up to 3 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • personal_video 18:00 to 19:00 on 19/12/23 - Takes place online
    SCSW Research & Practice Twilight session - Children's social worker
    Christmas time is not always great for children, and can result in neglect and harm meaning social workers must to be more alert to the needs of children and families. This session will be an opportunity to learn about practice at this time of year.