Thursday 27th February 2020 Register: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/vpEtdOCprT4vI2Y3GGsFCtpdLGLYZKLC1w PowerPoints: Developing a Social Work Scope of Practice>> Social Workers & the changes to the Act>> Video: N/A Facilitated by Anne MacAulay and Lucy Sandford-Reed Anne MacAulay is the current CPD coordinator for ANZASW. She has worked in a variety of management positions as well as practicing social work across most areas of health social […]» Read more
We would like to hear your views and thoughts on the recently circulated SWRB proposed Scope of Social Work Practice. We will take note of your comments and input and put them together in a submission to the SWRB. You will also be welcome to make your own, individual comments.» Read more
Thursday 5th December 2019, 12:30 – 1:30pm PowerPoint>> https://anzasw.nz/wp-content/uploads/why-sw-should-care-about-violence-to-animals.mp4 Nik Taylor is a critical and public sociologist whose research focusses on mechanisms of power and marginalisation expressed in/through human relations with other species and is informed by critical/ intersectional feminism. Nik currently teaches topics in the Human Services and Social Work program at the University of Canterbury, […]» Read more
Abstract:This will be a free ranging discussion between Carole and Steve, covering management of animals and their owners in disasters, and the roles that social workers have to play in these situations.» Read more
This will be a discussion between Nicole, Carole and Anne that focuses on the impact that the new ANZASW Code of Ethics and the statement regarding the recognition of the sentience of animals has on social workers across Aotearoa. There will be opportunities for participants to join the discussion.» Read more
The recent inclusion of Workplace Bullying as a serious hazard causing harm in the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 is a huge step forward in dealing with Workplace Bullying.
New Zealand has, according to research, the 2nd highest rate of workplace bullying in the OECD, one of the highest rates of Family violence, Child abuse, hazardous alcohol consumption in the OECD and serious suicide and mental health issues permeating our social environment. We have a health system treating a high rate of stress related health issues, some terminal and extremely life sanctioning. There is a tremendous cost to the spirit of our society and an extreme fiscal cost.» Read more
Being in the Moment with Self and Other – Understanding of the ‘Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness’
This presentation will introduce participants to the ‘Three Principles’ – approach which was first formulated by Sydney Banks in the late 1970’s and has since been taught by psychologists, psychiatrists, life coaches and various scholars around the world. Programs based on this approach have been rolled out in prisons, hospitals, Fortune 500 companies and many more.
Participants will learn about the history and applications of this approach and will be introduced to some of the particulars of this understanding such as the unpacking of the Three Principles themselves and the ideas of Innate Health, Psychological Innocence and Inside Out creation of experience.
It is vital that every social worker in New Zealand has a solid understanding of suicide prevention as they will never know when it will be needed. Many people have done suicide prevention training in the past. As new knowledge emerges it is vital that people keep up to date with the latest research. Suicide prevention can be a scary topic, but this webinar will give all attendees more confidence in this field.» Read more
This lecture will examine the background to the 2018 inquiry, the process of hearing the voices of the people and the inquiry’s findings about the current state of mental health and addiction in New Zealand. The key recommendations of the inquiry report, He Ara Oranga, will be discussed.» Read more
KokoTālā is a tech start-up based in Mangere, Auckland. Our mission is to provide an opportunity for people to change their spending habits and financial behaviours and to empower them to dream big through saving and investing. We believe that the small changes we make every day create tiny gains that in turn create significant and positive financial effects over time. Users will be able to set a daily spending target, and save and connect with their family and friends, or even larger groups like a community or village.» Read more