New Zealand Social Workers’ Day 2018 – 26th September
Date(s) - 26/09/2018
26 September 2018 Social Workers Day
SWD Poster 1 2018 Download (Green Background)
SWD Poster 2 2018 Download (White Background)
SWD Poster 3 2018 Download (Ahau Me We Tatou v1)
SWD Poster 4 2018 Download (Ahau Me We Tatou v2)
The following 2 posters have been designed by an ANZASW Member – Hadley Amaru:
We are celebrating Social Workers’ Day this year with a series of webinars (24th -28th September 2018). There could be up to three webinars each day.
Tuesday 25 September 2018, 12.30-1.30pm
Presenter: Anne MacAulay
Wednesday 26 September 2018, 10am -11am
Presenter: Rachel Kent
Wednesday 26 September 2018 12.30 – 1.30 pm
Presenter: Barbara Gilray
Thursday 27 September 2018, 11.30-12.30pm
Presenter: Judge Andrew Becroft
Thursday 27 September 2018, 1.00-2.00pm
Presenter: Tasi Malu
Topic: Witness Survival Skills>>
Wednesday 19th September – Tuesday 2nd October
We have a series of four webinars from staff at Waitangi National Trust which looks amazing:
The following four Webinars will be available over these dates to registered participants via Zoom. Registration Details available here on Monday 17th September. The 5th Webinar is a live Q and A session from the staff at Waitangi National Trust.
Webinar One Discovery of New Zealand by Kupe, contact by Europeans, trade, missionaries, Māori exploration overseas up to 1829, musket wars, Te Whakaminenga.
Webinar Two 1830 to 1839 – seizure of Sir George Murray in New South Wales, the letter to King William IV, appointment of James Busby as British Resident, New Zealand’s first flag being chosen, He Whakaputanga (New Zealand’s Declaration of Independence), Hobson’s survey, the change in British governing party, the New Zealand Company
Webinar Three Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Treaty of Waitangi. Hobson’s deputisation by Governor Gipps of New South Wales. The contents of the Treaty – preamble and three articles as well as the unwritten fourth article, and the differences in translation. The nine sheets and their journeys around the country, and Hobson’s proclamation.
Webinar Four The New Zealand Wars, Kīngitanga movement, Kohimarama conference, and land loss. Establishment of the new colonial government.
Tuesday October 2nd 2018, 1.00pm – 2.00pm
Webinar Five The Staff from the Waitangi Treaty Grounds – Q and A Session
We will also have webinars covering ANZASW Practice Standard 3 & Core Competency 2: Competence to practise social work with different ethnic and cultural groups in Aotearoa New Zealand.
If all goes well, Anne hopes to have at least one webinar covering each of the 10 SWRB core competencies. If her planning goes really well, there will be more than one webinar for each core competency!!
As there will be so many webinars for you to participate in and if you want to attend multiple webinars during a day or during the week, Anne suggests that you apply to your employer for study leave during this time. This will mean that your time is ring-fenced and you will definitely be able to participate in the webinars.
This is very cheap CPD for your employers!!!