On World Social Work Day (Tuesday 21 March) colleagues from our Warwick Social Work team, welcomed local social and community work practitioners, students and educators, to celebrate their contribution to global social work.
The event was held to celebrate International Women's Week and focused upon the networks of support that exist in the City of Coventry and how they can work to empower and enable those affected.
A chapter written by Phil McCash, Director of the Career, Education, Information and Guidance Programme, has been published in a new book entitled ‘Graduate Employability in Context: Theory, Research and Debate’.
Elaine Moore is the Centre’s new, dedicated Student Welfare Officer, supporting students across all of our programmes.
CLL now has an established team of students who act as Digital Skills Mentors (DSM) to support other students in need of help, support and advice using technology. This can include help with word processing, creating presentations, searching for information or just improving confidence with IT.