CPD Opportunities

The below opportunities are for members of the West Midlands Social Work Teaching Partnership only, below are a list of our Partners, if you are studying or work for one of these organisations in a Social Work capacity, you may apply for the CPD sessions. Please note; if you do not provide the details of the organisation which you are a member of or your email address is not associated you may be removed from the registration list.

Our Partners:​​
  • Birmingham Children's Trust

  • Birmingham City Council

  • Birmingham City University

  • Cheshire East Council

  • City of Stoke-on-Trent Council

  • City of Wolverhampton Council

  • Coventry City Council

  • Coventry University

  • Dudley Council

  • Heart of Worcestershire College

  • Herefordshire Council

  • Keele University 

  • Midlands Partnership Foundation Trust

  • Sandwell Children's Trust

  • Sandwell Council

  • Shropshire Council

  • Solihull MBC

  • Staffordshire County Council

  • Staffordshire University

  • Telford & Wrekin Council

  • University of Birmingham

  • University of Warwick

  • University of Wolverhampton

  • University of Worcester

  • Walsall Council

  • Warwickshire County Council

  • Worcestershire County Council

  • Worcestershire  Children's First

  • Adapting to a disrupted world - Relational supervision in action during the pandemic
    Students and practice educators over the last eighteen months in the UK, have been navigating unchartered waters where the majority of student placements have been facilitated virtually.
  • Practice Education Webinar- The Critical First Two Weeks of Placement: A Learning Curriculum Approach
    Academics and social workers from across the teaching partnership have collaborated to deliver this webinar for social work Practice Educators.
  • Trauma Informed Practice: A Lived Experience Perspective
    Multiple Dates
    17 Dec, 10:00 – 13:00 GMT
    Via TEAMS
    Trauma is an issue that has the potential to impact upon all humans, and therefore becoming trauma informed is a human issue. Every single member of society has a role to play in understanding and responding to the affects and impacts of trauma.
  • Adapting to a disrupted world - Relational supervision in action during the pandemic
    Students and practice educators over the last eighteen months in the UK, have been navigating unchartered waters where the majority of student placements have been facilitated virtually.
  • Practice Education Webinar- The Critical First Two Weeks of Placement: A Learning Curriculum Approach
    Academics and social workers from across the teaching partnership have collaborated to deliver this webinar for social work Practice Educators.
  • Trauma Informed Practice: A Lived Experience Perspective
    Multiple Dates
    17 Dec, 10:00 – 13:00 GMT
    Via TEAMS
    Trauma is an issue that has the potential to impact upon all humans, and therefore becoming trauma informed is a human issue. Every single member of society has a role to play in understanding and responding to the affects and impacts of trauma.