Social Work England: the re-registration process for social workers

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Date: Thursday 13 October

Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Social work in England is a regulated profession. This means that to be able to practise as a social worker, individuals must be registered with Social Work England.

Once registered, all social workers are listed on a public register. This register provides assurance that the people who practise as social workers in England have the right skills and qualifications and are capable of safe and effective practice.

Join guest speaker Philippa Geddes, Regional Engagement Lead (South West), Social Work England as she discusses what social workers are required to do to re-register with Social Worker England.

During this webinar, she will be looking into what documentation and evidence social workers must provide to successfully re-register, both in terms of their qualified status and in terms of their continued professional development (CPD) plans.

More about our guest speaker Philippa Geddes

Philippa has lived and worked in Devon for the majority of her social work career, although she began her career working as a newly qualified social worker for Birmingham City Council. She is passionate about social work and has over 20 years’ experience of working in statutory children and family social work.

Philippa graduated from Warwick University with a MA/Diploma in Social Work in 1999. She has worked as a children and family social worker, independent reviewing officer and child protection chair, LSCB board manager, and was a team manager within a local authority children and family team before joining Social Work England in August 2019.

You can learn more about our qualified social workers service offered here.

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