Events

How to communicate with impact

When
7 Sep 2017
Where
Brunswick House, 51 Wilson St, Glasgow G1 1UZ

Whatever your form of communication in social services - reports, project proposals, online content, strategy documents, presentations - this two-hour, 'Iriss how' workshop will give you simple techniques to help you get your message across.

It will be fast-paced and participatory, with lots of fun, creative exercises.

What it will cover:

How to communicate with impact

When
1 Sep 2017
Where
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1SR

Whatever your form of communication in social services - reports, project proposals, online content, strategy documents, presentations - this two-hour, 'Iriss how' workshop will give you simple techniques to help you get your message across.

It will be fast-paced and participatory, with lots of fun, creative exercises.

What it will cover:

How to communicate with impact

When
4 Jul 2017
Where
Brunswick House, 51 Wilson St, Glasgow G1 1UZ

Whatever your form of communication in social services - reports, project proposals, online content, strategy documents, presentations - this two-hour, 'Iriss how' workshop will give you simple techniques to help you get your message across.

It will be fast-paced and participatory, with lots of fun, creative exercises.

What it will cover:

What does good leadership look like in Scotland's social services?

When
1 Jun 2017
Where
Renfield Training and Conference Centre, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JP

A free event for managers and strategic leaders working in health and social care. It is a partnership event with SSSC and supported by Scottish Care and CCPS. 

The Enabling leadership research (SSSC, 2016) identified what good leadership looks like in Scotland’s social services and includes a logic model which captures the links between inputs, activities and outputs and how these contribute to positive outcomes for people using services. 

How to communicate with impact

When
30 May 2017
Where
Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow G1 1UZ

Whatever your form of communication in social services - reports, project proposals, online content, strategy documents, presentations - this two-hour, 'Iriss how' workshop will give you simple techniques to help you get your message across.

It will be fast-paced and participatory, with lots of fun, creative exercises.

What it will cover:

Propagate: Tools for co-production and collaboration

When
16 Jun 2017
Where
Grassmarket Community Project, 86 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh EH1 2QA

Notice

We apologise but this series of events has been postponed until further notice.

Tools can help people work together in new ways.  We've found that people’s trust and confidence in using tools can vary. Sometimes people need to give tools a ‘go’ to understand how effective they are in practice.

The Propagate project aims to support you grow your skills and understanding in using tools for effective co-production, collaboration and conversation. 

The workshop

Propagate: Tools for co-production and collaboration

When
7 Jun 2017
Where
Glasgow, Scotland (Venue TBC)

Notice

We apologise but this series of events has been postponed until further notice.

Tools can help people work together in new ways.  We've found that people’s trust and confidence in using tools can vary. Sometimes people need to give tools a ‘go’ to understand how effective they are in practice.

The Propagate project aims to support you grow your skills and understanding in using tools for effective co-production, collaboration and conversation. 

The workshop

Propagate: Tools for co-production and collaboration

When
23 May 2017
Where
Inverness, Scotland (Venue TBC)

Notice

We apologise but this series of events has been postponed until further notice.

Tools can help people work together in new ways.  We've found that people’s trust and confidence in using tools can vary. Sometimes people need to give tools a ‘go’ to understand how effective they are in practice.

The Propagate project aims to support you grow your skills and understanding in using tools for effective co-production, collaboration and conversation. 

The workshop

Keeping it real: service user and carer involvement in professional education

When
26 Apr 2017
Where
Stirling Court Hotel, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA

A national conference to share and promote best practice in service user and carer involvement in professional education. The conference will bring together service users and carers, students, educators, professionals and policy-makers.

It will be relevant to social work, health, education and other areas of professional education, at qualifying and post-qualifying levels. The conference sets out to:

Gypsy Travellers, human rights and social work's role launch event

When
24 Mar 2017
Where
Glasgow Caledonian University, Hamish Wood Building, Cowcaddens, Glasgow G4 0BA

“Social work is a practice-based profession and an academic discipline that promotes social change and development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people.” It incorporates principles of social justice, human rights, collective responsibility and respect for diversity." (International definition of social work)