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Annual renewals for 2022 are open!

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A step-by-step guide to completing the registration renewal process for 2022, with troubleshooting tips. There are temporary changes to professional development requirements due to the pandemic, and this is the second year that ethics hours are due for some members.

Interim Suspension

Member: Warren Kelsey Decision Date: December 30, 2021 The Complaints Committee of the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers determined pursuant to section 29(5) of the Social Workers Act that it is desirable in the public interest to impose an interim suspension of Warren Kelsey’s registration as a Social Worker Candidate effective immediately.  Accordingly, Warren… Read more »

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Unauthorized Practise and Permanent Injunction – Leanne (Dawn) Archambault

Issued: December 20, 2021 Leanne (Dawn) Archambault On September 18, 2014, the Nova Scotia Association of Social Workers (the predecessor to the College) granted Leanne (Dawn) Archambault temporary registration as a Social Worker Candidate with the Association.  Ms. Archambault’s temporary registration expired on September 30, 2014. She did not seek further registration with the Association…. Read more »

End-of-year office hours

The NSCSW office will be open the morning of December 24, and then closed until January 4. From December 29-31, a limited number of staff will be on call remotely to assist with the final days of the annual renewal period; visits during that time will be by appointment only, and video calls are strongly recommended as an alternative.

Request for Proposals: Create professional development opportunities for our members

15 December, 2021 — We’re seeking proposals for new professional development opportunities that will be delivered to members of the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers in 2022. Proposals for 2022 are encouraged to be structured in such a way that the presentation be delivered live over Zoom, with the ability to be recorded, so that members can access the content electronically.