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BASW offer a number of live webinars throughout the year. These webinars are recorded and are made available for download. These webinars help you to meet your CPD and career progression requirements and aspirations, whatever your role or level, through online learning opportunities. They cover a range of topics relevant to social work and social workers.

Understanding People Affected by Brain Injury: Practice Guidance for Social Workers webinar

BASW England is delighted to jointly host a webinar with the Brain Injury Social Work Group (BISWG) regarding the newly refreshed joint guidance for social workers working with people affected by brain injury. 


Domestic abuse webinar – Working with adults, children, survivors and perpetrators webinar

BASW England developed this webinar in the lead up to White Ribbon Day. Speakers include a survivor of domestic abuse and professionals who work across the adults and children’s services. The webinar will be of help to social workers and professional interested in improving their practice with both children and vulnerable adults where there are domestic abuse concerns. The webinar will also consider how to work with perpetrators.


Webinar: "Understanding and implementing the changes to the Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) in England"

BASW published the refreshed PCF in June 2018. Now we are supporting the whole sector to understand and embed the changes in this webinar.  


Guide to renewing your HCPC registration Webinar

This webinar will provide information to assist social workers who are in the process of renewing their registration with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council), which is a requirement for all social workers practising in England. Panellists: Elizabeth Njenga (Chair) - BASW England Committee Jennifer Burton - Social Work Assessor Consultant and BASW England Professional Development and Capabilities Framework PPEG Clenton Farquharson - Service User, Trainer and Consultant Robert Templeton - Council member for the HCPC Julie Richards - Independent Social Worker, previously selected for HCPC audit