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Upcoming board meetings

View upcoming board meetings. We are committed to openness and transparency and welcome people to attend and observe board meetings, where possible.

Upcoming board meetings

Last updated: 7 September 2021


Next board meeting date

The next public meeting date is Friday 10 September 2021 (10.30am to 1pm)


Board meetings in 2021/2022

  • Friday 19 November 2021 (10.30am to 1pm)
  • Friday 21 January 2022 (10.30am to 1pm)
  • Friday 11 March 2022 (10.30am to 1pm)


Attending Social Work England board meetings

We are committed to openness and transparency and welcome people to attend and observe board meetings, where possible.

Changes to board meetings due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Due to COVID-19, our board meetings will be virtual until further notice.

Members of the public can attend board meetings via a video conferencing link. Guest places for members of the public are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you want to attend and observe a board meeting, you must email us to register your interest at least 7 days before the meeting.

Some board meetings may require confidentiality, for example to discuss matters of policy in development, commercial or staff confidentiality, emerging regulatory issues, upcoming announcements or publications. That means we may need to hold a private session with the board. This will be indicated on the agenda for the meeting.

Members of the public may take written notes during a meeting but are not allowed to use mobile or recording devices unless the board has given its prior permission.

Please note, we are not able to reimburse expenses incurred by members of the public attending our board meetings.

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