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Tue 15 Jan

Social Media and Social Work

2.00pm - 4.30pm

Blackpool Library, Blackpool Shopping Centre, Cork

€5.00 IASW members/€10.00 non-members

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Social Media and Social Work

15th January 2019 Blackpool Library Cork.

Start 2.00pm End 4.30pm

Kenneth Burns will present on ' Social Media and Social Work'.  This talk looks at how we as social workers interact with social media.


The aim of this training is to help social workers to reflect upon the impact of social workers' social media use, and fitness to practice implications.

Kenneth is a college lecturer and deputy director of the Master of Social Work course in UCC. He has worked as a social worker and social work team leader in child protection and welfare and continues to support practice, staff retention, career pathways for newly-qualified social workers. He is a founding member of the Bi-annual National Child Protection and welfare National conference hosted by UCC.