Free social work careers advice at Community Care Live 2023 – now booked up

The career clinics at Community Care Live 2023 are now booked up. Please check back next year for further opportunities

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Social work consultant Dame Lorna Boreland-Kelly’s free career clinics at Community Care Live 2023 are now booked up.

Please do check back next year for further opportunities at the 2024 event.

You can also read advice from Dame Lorna on common social work career dilemmas in her ask the expert column.

And do register for your free place at Community Care Live 2023, which takes place on 10-11 October at the Business Design Centre, London.

About the career clinics

The clinics are a confidential space for registered social workers and social work students to speak face-to-face with Dame Lorna, with each slot lasting 25 minutes.

This year, we were particularly looking for students and those early in their social work careers to sign up for the clinics, though they were open to practitioners of all levels of experience.

Dame Lorna, managing director of Bokell Associates, has over 30 years’ experience managing, leading and developing social care and educational services for children, young people and families.

In 2010, she was tasked with setting up one of the first social work academies at the London Borough of Croydon, and has since gone on to set up or advise on the creation of nine other academies.

Community Care Live provides essential learning for social workers, students, occupational therapists and local authority directors, commissioners and workforce leads through a wide-ranging free seminar programme and paid-for legal learning sessions.

You can also network with colleagues and connect with organisations including local authorities, service providers and research bodies in our exhibition.

Community Care and Bokell Associates are not responsible for individuals’ decisions and therefore do not accept liability for participants’ subsequent actions following the clinic sessions.


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