Webinar Series 2020
Webinar Series 2019
|Date||Time||Presenter||Topic Details||Registration Link|
|12.00-1.00pm||Mary Nash & Martin Sullivan||Discussion of the proposed “End of Life Choice Bill” Details>>||COMPLETED|
|30/01/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Angela Caughey||Living & Working with People with Dementia Details>>||COMPLETED|
|12/02/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Dr Andy Phillips||Relational Practise Details>>||COMPLETED|
|24/05/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Ruth Malo & Nandini Doreswamy||The KokoTālā App: Planning for a Brighter Future Details>>||COMPLETED|
|30/05/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Deb Stanfield||The professional use of social media by social workers in Aotearoa New Zealand: What do we think? And what do we need to know? Details>>
|14/08/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Ron Paterson||Lessons from the Mental Health & Addiction Inquiry. Details>>||COMPLETED|
|04/09/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Catrin Susser||Being in the moment with Self and Other||COMPLETED|
|09/09/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Michael Hempseed||World Suicide Prevention Day||COMPLETED|
|19/09/2019 NB: DATE CORRECTION||12.30-1.30PM||Maree McLeay||Workplace Bullying & “The Elephant in the Environment” Details>>||COMPLETED|
|25/09/2019||1.00-2.00pm||Anne MacAulay||CPD Requirements Update for Social Workers||COMPLETED BUT NOT RECORDED|
|10/10/2019||12.30 – 1.30pm||Lucy Sandford-Reed||The ANZASW Professional Indemnity Insurance. Details>>||COMPLETED|
|23/10/2019||12.30 – 1.30pm||Anne MacAulay||CPD Requirements Update for Social Workers Details>>||COMPLETED|
|24/10/2019||12.30 – 1.30pm||Anne MacAulay,
Nicole Robertson &
|The New Code of Ethics – Animals in Social Work||COMPLETED|
|31/10/2019||12.30 – 1.30pm||John Darroch||Political activity and social work; challenges and opportunities. Details>>||COMPLETED|
|27/11/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Liz Beddoe||The Use of Facebook in Social Work Practice with Liz Beddoe. Details>>||COMPLETED|
|28/11/2019||12.30 – 1.30pm||Jak Aberdein||Social Worker in Schools – What do we do? Details>>||COMPLETED|
|02/12/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Steve Glassey & Carole Adamson||Animals in Disaster: Considerations for Social Workers in Aotearoa Details>>||COMPLETED|
|04/12/2019||12.00-1.00pm||Melissa Laing & Carole Adamson||Social work encounters with interspecies homelessness: Resistance as companion animal-inclusive practice Details>>||COMPLETED BUT NOT RECORDED|
|05/12/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Nik Taylor & Dr. Heather Fraser||Why social workers should care about violence to animals||COMPLETED|
|11/12/2019||12.30-1.30pm||Kat Steeneken||Safeguarding Adults.
Webinar Series 2018
|Date||Time||Presenter||Topic Details||Registration Link|
|31/01/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Nicki Weld||E Ko te Matakahi Maire – Therapeutic Social Work Details>>||COMPLETED|
|14/02/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Andrea Greer||Relationships Matter? Working with Trauma using the Therapeutic model of care||COMPLETED|
|20/03/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Anne MacAulay & Emanuel Stoakes||Introducing 2 new staff members and seeking member feedback Details>>||COMPLETED|
|26/04/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Nicole Robertson||Animal abuse as a significant marker for family violence and at-risk children Details>>||COMPLETED|
|01/05/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Ros Rowe||Leg Up Trust: Equine Therapy Details>>||COMPLETED|
|14/06/2018||1.00-2.00pm||Jane Kay & Ruth Mazengarb||Recognising & Responding to Elder Abuse||COMPLETED|
|03/07/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Rangi Pou||Meth til Death
|22/08/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Liz Beddoe and Allen Bartley||Transnational Social Work
|28/08/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Alan McGlade||Child Matters: Child Protection in Aotearoa/NZ||COMPLETED|
|30/08/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Jane Goodwin||Advance care Planning
|04/09/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Tunde Lendvai||Positive Behaviour Support and how it works
|25/9/2018||12.30 – 1.30pm||Anne MacAulay||CPD: tips & tricks to maintaining your Log||COMPLETED|
|26/09/2018||10.00am||Rachel Kent||Social workers and EPoA||
|26/09/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Barbara Gilray||Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and SWRB Requirements.||
|27/9/2018||1.00 – 2.00pm||Tasi Malu||Witness Survival Skills||TO BE RESCHEDULED|
|7/11/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Guna Kanniah||Psychopharmacology: fundamentals for social workers||COMPLETED
|OPEN||Radiya Ali||Being a Muslim social worker in Aotearoa||COMPLETED via YOUTUBE|
|27/11/2018||1.00-2.00pm||Q&A Session||Being a Muslim social worker in Aotearoa||COMPLETED
|20/11/2018||12.30-1.30pm||Ari Nicholson||Youth and Gender Diversity||
Webinar Series 2017
To mark World Day of Social Justice on Monday 20th ANZASW are presenting a series of webinars that focus on Social Justice issues for Social Work.
06-07 March 2017
To mark National Children’s day on Sun 5th March ANZASW are presenting a series of webinars that focus on models, research and programmes that focus on improving outcomes for children.
20-24 March 2017
To mark World Social Work Day on Tuesday 21st March, ANZASW is presenting a series of webinars that focus on Environmental Social Work and the impact of climate change on marginalised communities.
3-6 April 2017
To mark World Health Day on Friday 7th April, ANZASW is presenting a series of interesting and valuable webinars that focus on Health. Topics this week include an overview of a psychological tool that is useful for working with people going through grief and loss; the application of research on older men with haemophilia to social work practice in the field of health care, disability, gerontology and general social work; the provision of a competency framework for social workers in the health setting; and an introduction to The Fono, a Pacific Island integrated health service addressing the social barriers which lead to poor health outcomes for Pasifka..
18-20 April 2017
Social work is a profession that is about supporting others, advocating for change, and promoting social justice. We do this in a myriad of different ways and working in a variety of settings. At times this important work can take precedence over our own health and wellbeing, despite our best intentions to prevent this occurring. In this webinar series we are offered the opportunity to consider why self-care is an important issue for social workers, identify compassion fatigue and hear what can help buffer the negative impacts of our work. We will also be given the tools to challenge the “Drama Triangle” that can impact on our workplace environments.
8-11 May 2017
Social work with families takes place in a myriad of ways. This series provides us with presentations from some of the leaders and innovators from within our peer group. Join us live to challenge yourself and expand your practice ideas.
19-22 June 2017
Social work with refugees and migrants requires developing an understanding of cultural differences, practice knowledge in trauma informed care, and skills around assisting families into settling in to a new country and new community. This series provides us with presentations from skilled and knowledgeable researchers as well as those at the coal face of meeting the needs of refugees and migrants.
3-6 July 2017
New Zealand domestic violence statistics make sobering reading. Social Work in this area requires developing an understanding of the causes and symptoms of family violence alongside societal and cultural norms that allow violence to continue. This series provides us with presentations from current research and those at the coal face of meeting the needs of the mostly women and children this issue impacts.
9-10 August 2017
Does the process of decolonisation and the experiences of Māori social workers and Māori social work students interest you? Have you heard about Whakatauki cards? These engaging webinars will offer insight and tools to use in your work and personal professional development.
25-28 September 2017
There are 8 webinars in total covering a wide range of topics including: Strength Based counselling, Ethical frameworks in animal-assisted social service, Key debates in child protection decision-making and Six Tips on how to flourish in Social Work.
16-19 October 2017
These topics are: a presentation from Werry Workforce (yet to be titled), Climbing every mountain: Active activism in response to our mental health crisis and Supporting Parents Healthy Children (COPMIA) Initiative.
06-08 November 2017
These topics cover: ‘Developing respectful, healthy and happy men’ presented by Garth Baker. also ‘Focus on Fathers: Enhancing support for fathers through parenting programmes’, presented by Lisa Glynn of Werry Workforce Wharaurau and a presentation from Ken McMaster titled ‘Are we there yet: Engaging with men in behaviour change’.
If you would like to register for these webinars please follow the link above and select the webinar/s you wish to attend.
Webinar Series 2016
Powerpoint Presentation Audio ‘I was crying an ocean in the bath’: Mothers’ experiences of involuntary losing of care following parental separation Parental separation inevitably results in a loss of time with children for at least one parent, if not both parents. Smart and Neale (1999) contend that although experiences of loss following parental separation are more common for fathers, gender […]
Thursday 08 September 2016 Join us during Gambling Harm Awareness Week for a stimulating webinar presentation from the National Director, John Wong and Counsellor and Health Promoter, Jerry Lo from Asian Family Services. AFS is a community service that focuses on supporting Asians who are suffering from gambling harm. AFS currently offer help in six Asian languages (Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, […]
Tuesday 06 September 2016 12pm-1pm Harmful gambling in New Zealand – a counsellor’s perspective Join Tony Lindquist and Bonnie Lovich-Howitt from the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF) for a stimulating webinar about harmful gambling during Gambling Harm Awareness Week. In this webinar they will share their professional experience and knowledge of harmful gambling in New Zealand. Some topics covered […]
Thursday 01 September 2016 12pm-1pm Abstract When having had a long term vocation in the social service field some social workers look forward to retirement others cease paid work but continue to commit to community via roles in NGO’s, advisory roles, becoming part of systematic policy reviews or maintain political questions via a social justice energy. Others happily cease to have […]
Thursday 13 October 2016 12pm-1pm This module focuses on student’s rights to privacy in school, with a particular emphasis on the role of professionals such as teachers, counsellors and school nurses. YouthLaw Module 7 Presentation Audio
Thursday 22 September 2016 This module outlines some of the new legal developments and laws around the powers of schools to search student’s property or person and when they can seize items or devices. Youth Law Module 6 Presentation Audio
Thursday 25 August 2016 12pm-1pm This module is a practical module that builds on module 2. Rather than just outlining the legal duties of schools when disciplining students, this module aims to give practical tips to those supporting young people as advocates at Board of Trustee disciplinary meetings. Board of Trustees Hearing Audio
Date: Monday, 15 August 2016 It could be argued that one of the most salient factors for a student’s decision to embark on a professional course of tertiary study in social work is to help others. Indeed commonly held stereotypes of social workers are characterized by its practitioners acting compassionately to others. However the practice of compassion receives little mention […]
An ever increasing issue with the rise of technology, this module deals with the law that relates to cyberbullying and how it relates to students rights at school. PowerPoint: YouthLaw Module 4 Audio:
Webinar Series 2015
December 2015 No Webinar Presentations for December 2015 November 2015 Madeleine Taylor and Jennifer Parker: Restorative Justice – Abstract, PowerPoint and Audio available Helen Rhoades and Lorraine McGirr: An Outline and Overview of the PPPR Act – Abstract, PowerPoint and Audio available Barbara Gilray and Janetta Whaley: ANZASW and SWRB Recertification CPD Log Requirements 2015 – Abstract, PowerPoint and […]
Webinar Series 2014
Our webinar co-ordinator is Fiona Scott: email@example.com – please email with any queries and questions December 2014 No webinar presentations for December 2014 November 2014 Heidi Crawford: Social Work Practice from a Faith Perspective – Abstract and PowerPoint available October 2014 Jane Schaverien: Conflict Resolution – Abstract, PowerPoint and Audio available Heidi Crawford: 5 things I’d tell myself – Abstract, […]
Webinar Series 2011-2013
Allyson Davys: Reflecting Critically in Supervision for Practice Maree MacDonald: A Maori Practice Model Vicki Hirst: Which hat are you wearing? Supervisor? Frontline Manager? – or both? Jane Maidment: Developing a Practice Framework for Student Supervision Madeleine Taylor: Courageous Conversations with Colleagues Carole Adamson: Building Resilience Julia Hartshorne: Social Work in the Disability Sector Glynnis Brook: Elder Abuse