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Tue 14 May

Social Work in Action – Sharing the Learning on Capacity Building

8.30am registration, tea/coffee, Event 9.00am - 12.15pm, Lunch 12.15pm

Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8

€30 IASW members/€30 non-members

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 Fee includes lunch and refreshments.


A collaboration between the NSO, HSE and the IASW, this half day event will provide a forum for social workers to share learning on capacity building and to make connections with social work colleagues.


Social workers are highly skilled when it comes to supporting and facilitating capacity building with the people we work with. The commencement of the Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015, has greatly increased the focus of a range of stakeholders on how capacity can be built as well as on the skills, tools, knowledges and professional qualities required to do this work. Nationwide, there are many examples of good practice in this regard. This will provide a platform for social workers to share their knowledge with each other by presenting short snapshots from practice.

Attendance at the event is limited to 70 social workers.