Are you a social worker with an interest in ethical boundaries and relationships on digital platforms for social work practice?
This CPD workshop aims to equip social workers with an awareness relating to ethical boundaries and relationships on digital platforms.
Explore the potential impact of digital tools and social media at an individual, group, and community level and build an understanding of how these platforms can be used on a personal and professional level.
Learn how to address ethical issues and boundaries when engaging in digitally-based social work practice.
The CPD workshop has been designed for social workers to understand digital social work practice and the ethical dilemmas that they may encounter. Once you have completed the workshop and the course feedback form, you will receive a digital certificate of completion.
The certificate serves as evidence of your new skills and knowledge and can be used to demonstrate your commitment to professional development.
Attend a live online session, or watch the recording, and complete the course feedback form.
SACSSP (The South African Council for Social Service Professions) CPD points pending.
Dr Poppy Masinga is the Head of the Social Work and Community Development faculty at SACAP. She qualified as a social worker with a BA (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Limpopo. Dr Masinga achieved two master’s degrees, the first in Child and Family Welfare from the State University of New York at Buffalo, New York, and a second in Social Work Management from the University of Pretoria. She won a Canon Collins scholarship and completed her PhD in 2017, focusing on school-based violence prevention.
Rahim Thawer is a Toronto-based social worker, psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, lecturer, consultant, writer and organisational consultant. He completed a BA (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Toronto. Rahim’s approaches to clinical treatment, teaching, and community development, are to continually consider and examine the intersections of systemic oppression and mental health.
Register with SACAP Global
Register on SACAP Global to join this workshop here.