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Attending Social Work Week

Information for participants

Why you should take part in Social Work Week (14 to 18 March 2022) and information about when the programme will be announced.

Attending Social Work Week


Who is Social Work Week 2022 for?

Social Work Week is for anyone with an interest in social work in England, including:

  • social workers, including those looking to return to the profession
  • people with lived experience of social work
  • social work students
  • employers of social workers
  • social work educators
  • organisations with an interest in or influence on social work

We are also keen to welcome stakeholder organisations who share our ambition to build an accurate and rich picture of social work practice in England today.

We are looking to deliver a varied programme with events taking place at different times of the day, so people can take part when it suits them best.

Social Work Week 2022 programme

The Social Work Week 2022 programme will be published in February 2022. This will include information about how to:

  • book tickets to attend our main programme events
  • sign up to independent Social Work Week 2022 events and activities.

We are currently asking for submissions of events from the sector. If you’re interested in running an independent event during Social Work Week, read more about how to get involved as a contributor.

Tickets and updates

Sign up to receive Social Work Week updates direct to your inbox for more information, including:

  • when the programme goes live
  • how to book tickets to main programme events
  • how to sign up to independent Social Work Week 2022 events and activities.

Sign up to receive updates by email

Disclaimer

Any views, information or opinions expressed by third parties during Social Work Week are the speakers’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Social Work England or its employees.

Social Work England accepts no liability for the content of third-party sessions held during Social Work Week.

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