The Anti-Racist & Anti-Oppressive Practice Placement (Rescheduled)
The North London Social Work Teaching Partnership’s Practice Education Training Programme is offered in partnership with Middlesex University primarily to qualified (Level 1 and / or 2) Practice Educators, to enhance the quality of practice learning opportunities across the partnership, developing and sustaining an anti-racist & anti-oppressive learning environment.
This Training Programme is primarily aimed at qualified Practice Educators, willing to supervise students qualifying for their BA Social Work or MA Social Work during their placements, but open to all professionals involved in a student’s journey on placement.
Practice educators play a crucial role of public protection by overseeing the safety of a student’s practice on placement, as well as assessing a student’s competence and suitability to progress through their initial training. The Programme consists of six sessions (summary below). We would encourage you to attend ALL sessions to receive the full benefits of this training programme.
If you would like to attend ALL please click hereto register. Alternatively, you can register for individual sessions by clicking on the relevant link below.
– 26/07/2023:The Anti-Racist & Anti-Oppressive Practice Placement – scroll to the bottom of the page to register.
– 10/08/2023: Individual Difference and Working with Diverse Student Groups – click herefor full details and to register.
– 07/09/2023: Report Writing – click herefor full details and to register.
Furthermore, practice educators work to the practice educator professional standards (PEPS), held by the British Association of Social Workers (BASW). You can access the NLSWTP recorded session on ‘Refreshed Practice Education Standards’ delivered by Dr Jennifer Burton, the Chair of BASW Professional Capabilities and Development Group, via the link below.
The Anti-Racist & Anti-Oppressive Practice Placement
This workshop will be exploring the following key themes:
– The multiple power imbalances in a student’s practice placement setting;
– Developing and sustaining an anti-racist & anti-oppressive learning environment;
– Students from minority groups – respecting diversity and difference;
– Enabling and assessing students’ demonstration of anti-racist & anti-oppressive practice (PCF, KSS & SWEPS).
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(S):
Sherine Briscoe is an experienced childcare practitioner having worked in various teams within children’s services in a London local authority. She has recently made the switch from practice to academia, and is now in the role of Practice Learning Fellow at Middlesex, supporting students undertaking their pre-qualifying social work placements.
Lynette Lee-Messengeris a senior lecturer who transitioned from social work to pursue a career in academia. She has worked for a number of Universities in and outside of London holding a variety of roles. Her research interests focus on international and comparative social work practice and education, international students, as well as exploring the intersections of race, culture, spirituality, and intimate partner violence.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 4: