Social Work Camp was created to provide a reasonably priced continuing education opportunity where we can also unwind, rejuvenate, have fun, and return to work feeling inspired.
The NSCSW is inviting all stakeholders to join us for a child welfare symposium on June 15, 2019 to explore alternative policy and program options to in order to advocate for change to this crucial system.
Social workers are consistently faced with ethical dilemmas in practice. This train-the-trainer session is a small-group discussion on ethics and the struggles that social work practitioners are experiencing.
This session is an opportunity to improve collaboration between social workers in mental health services and private practice, and social workers in child protection. Front-line child protection workers will increase their understanding of common mental health issues, and counselling practitioners will gain insight into child protection practices, proirities, systems and challenges. Workshop participants will explore… Read more »
Submit proposals by April 26, 2019 The NSCSW is calling on members to put forward resolutions and by-law changes for the 2019 Annual General Meeting. Please submit all proposals for change by April 26, 2019. The AGM & 2019 Spring Conference will be held on May 24-25 at the Delta Marriott Dartmouth. Event details are at nscswconference.org…. Read more »
2019 NSCSW Spring Conference & AGM Bursary The College and the CASW have bursaries available to help members attend the upcoming 2019 NSCSW Spring Conference. These bursaries will help cover your conference registration fees and travel costs. We value diversity and strive to create opportunities for Nova Scotians with intersectional identities who have historically faced barriers. Preference for… Read more »
Connecting Nova Scotia social workers with their colleagues, and with the people they have the honour to work with, learn from, and walk alongside.
MEDIA RELEASEWednesday, March 27, 2019 Budget balances the books by increasing social debt, leaves behind vulnerable children and youth in Nova Scotia KJIPUKTUK (HALIFAX, NS) – On Tuesday, Nova Scotia tabled another balanced budget, designed to keep taxes competitive and social expenditures low, with the goal of “building a strong foundation.” What this means for Nova Scotians… Read more »
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM; Ethics 101 is available to all social workers who have not attended this event before.
CONNECTION is the official newsletter of the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers.