Upcoming online events on social pedagogy

EXPLORING SOCIAL PEDAGOGY CONCEPTS AT TURBULENT TIMES – FREE WEBINAR SERIES

Our new webinar series exploring social pedagogy concepts during turbulent times launched on 17th June as part of the International Online Conference with a webinar on the Common Third. (If you missed it, you can watch a recording here.) The upcoming programme includes the Diamond Model (26/08 10-11am – register here), the 3 Ps (28/09 10-11am – register here), the Relational Universe (26/10 10-11am – register here), and the Learning Zone Model (23/11 10-11am – register here). Run in partnership with both the Social Pedagogy Association (US) and the Social Pedagogy Professional Association (UK), each webinar is free to attend and we’re keen for participants to share any reflections, ideas and examples they have to offer.

DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIP-CENTRED PRACTICE – EXPERIENTIAL ONLINE COURSE

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with Ali Gardner, co-author of Social Pedagogy and Social Work, to develop an exciting new 18-hour online course on developing relationship-centred practice for practitioners and managers working in the field of social care. You can find out more about this course here or click here to register.

SOCIAL PEDAGOGY LEADERSHIP – EXPERIENTIAL ONLINE COURSE

We’re also excited to let you know that our social pedagogical leadership course – the introductory module of the MA in Social Pedagogy Leadership – is now available online. The course provides an excellent opportunity for existing and emerging leaders to explore how key principles in social pedagogy translate into leadership, what this means for you, your team, the wider organisation and, most importantly, how social pedagogical leadership can benefit the individuals, families or groups supported by your organisation. Please follow this link to learn more or register here

Published by Residential Forum

The Residential Forum is to promote the achievement of high standards of care and support for children and adults living in residential care and nursing homes, supported housing, residential schools and colleges, hospices and hostels. It contributes to improving the quality of service to the public. Members of the Forum are people of standing and experience drawn from the public, private and voluntary sectors, as well as some who can speak for service users and carers.

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