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A Social Worker’s Role in School Education: Upholding our ethics and standards for Behaviour Management

Monday, July 17th 2023
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
From $120.

This webinar will offer participants practical skills and knowledge in understanding the importance of relationships in the education system. It will discuss the role Social Workers have in identifying, supporting, and managing behaviours in children and adolescents. The webinar will further explore the complexity of behaviour through a relational lens and how Social Workers can be active participants of change within the education system.

Who should attend? Social workers and allied health practitioners who work in schools, or with young people with disabilities, OOHC and children protection contexts are encouraged to attend. This webinar will be valuable for social workers of all levels of experience, including graduates and those not already working in schools.

Learning Outcomes - By the end of this program, participants will be able to: Understand the importance of relationships in behaviour support and management within the education system; Critically reflect on the predisposing features of behaviour and its presentations; Consider how to remediate differences in behaviour management between Social Work and the education system; Explore the ABC (the Antecedent, Behavior and Consequence) of behaviour management.

Presenter - Amanda Hicks (Master Social Work, Master Philosophy Education(research), Master Educational Studies, Grad Cert Mental Health, Bachelor of Arts, Grad Dip Education, Grad Cert TESOL) is an educational specialist, Accredited Social Worker, and co-director of training provider Professional Development Oz.

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