Events and Continuing Education

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Annual Mandatory Training

The mandatory Ethics, Standards and Guidelines Training session can be found HERE.

NBASW Professional Development Fund

The NBASW Professional Development Fund is awarded annually to NBASW members who present a webinar training opportunity for provincial social worker(s) in their area of knowledge, expertise and/or practice. Click here to find out more about the NBASW Professional Development Fund, including how to apply.

Additional Continuing Education Opportunities

The following are organizations that offer ongoing continuing education opportunities. Please click the links below to see what they have to offer.

- Société Santé en français (French link) 
- Conférences Connexion (French Link)
Porte-Voix: Formations en santé mentale (French Link)
- Wilfrid Laurier University
- University of Toronto - Institute for Life Course and Aging
- Canadian Association of Social Workers
- Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute (CTRI)

- ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership 
Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction 
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health 


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Upcoming Events

  • CMHA - ASIST English Workshop

    Aug. 20 — 21, 2024 All Day

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    **Both days must be attended infull to receive certification.**

    Applied Suicide InterventionSkills Training (ASIST) is a two-day interactive workshop in suicide first aid.ASIST teaches participants to recognize when someone may have thoughts ofsuicide and work with them to create a plan that will support their immediatesafety.

    $200 + tax Adult - $150 + tax Student

    Pre-registration via EventBrite is required.

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  • Bi-Annual National Scleroderma Conference

    Aug. 29 — 31, 2024 All Day

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    The 21st Bi-Annual National Scleroderma Conference is a 3 day event that offers those living with Scleroderma, their caregivers, family members, friends, and medical professionals a chance to engage and contribute to the scleroderma community.
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  • The Impact of Racial Trauma on Child and Youth Mental Health

    Tue, Sep. 17, 2024 1:30pm — 5:00pm

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    Back by popular demand, this workshop will explore Racial Trauma and the impact on children and youth mental health, as well as actionable steps for helping professionals and parents alike with not only naming racial trauma but finding ways to assist in the naming of and healing of racial trauma.
    Date: September 17, 2024
    Time: 12:30pm - 4:00pm EST
    Cost: $124.99 until July 10th
    ($174.99 after July 10th)

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  • Webinar: Indigenous Socio-Economics and Demographics

    Tue, Sep. 17, 2024 2:00pm — 3:00pm

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    Using Census data and other publicly available reports we look at Indigenous people through a rich array of demographic and other socio-economic data. The numbers tell a story. Learn about Indigenous socio-economic gaps and demographics and why this information is important to developing targeted recruitment efforts.

    By the end of the program, learners will be able to:

    Explain the characteristics of Indigenous talent pools.
    Understand the necessity of building targeted Indigenous recruitment.
    Identify the 5 data sources that are crucial to building your Indigenous recruitment strategy.

    Source and use publicly available socio-economic information to guide the development of your Indigenous recruitment strategy.

    More details & registration here:

    Member - Single Webinar Registration: $20 + tax
    Non-Member - Single Webinar Registration: $40 + tax
    Member Series Bundle (3 Webinars): $50+tax
    Non-Member Series Bundle (3 Webinars): $100+tax
  • 4th Annual Canadian Children's Grief Symposium

    Nov. 12 — 13, 2024 All Day

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    The Canadian Alliance for Children’s Grief (CACG) is a national network of professionals working together to ensure the accessibility of bereavement support and information to grieving children and their families. CACG seeks to address the barriers experienced by organizations providing services to grieving children and youth and strengthen the support offered to local communities.

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  • Webinar: Indigenous Strengths-Based Reporting

    Tue, Nov. 19, 2024 2:00pm — 3:00pm

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    Details and Registration here:

    Member - Single Webinar Registration: $20 + tax
    Non-Member - Single Webinar Registration: $40 + tax
    Member Series Bundle (3 Webinars): $50+tax
    Non-Member Series Bundle (3 Webinars): $100+tax