The latest edition promises to deliver some great summer reading. Access it now at ConnectingVoices_July_2023.pdf (nlcsw.ca).
2022 marked the 30th anniversary of social work regulation in Newfoundland and Labrador. NLCSW's 2022-23 report reflects on this significant milestone while also capturing the important work accomplished over the past year. Access the full report here - Annual_Report_2022-23.pdf (nlcsw.ca).
NLCSW’s Editorial Committee is currently accepting articles as well as photos of NL scenery/landmarks for the July 2023 edition of Connecting Voices. The submission deadline is May 1, 2023. Editorial policies and writing guidelines can be found under the following link - Connecting Voices | NLCSW. Articles and/or photos can be submitted to email@example.com. The Editorial Committee looks forward to hearing from you!
The NLCSW is currently accepting proposals from qualified vendors to provide the following goods and services:
• Design a new website utilizing a user-friendly Content Management System (CMS)
• Provide training on the new website
• Provide technical support as required, including any required security updates, of the above-mentioned website.
This year, the focus of Social Work Month is on the important work of social work within systems. In recognition of the month, NLCSW's Board Chair Nadine Calloway has released a Social Work Month message. Read the full message and learn more about NLCSW's plans for the month at Social Work Month 2023 | NLCSW.
Current registrants and non-practicing members renewing for the 2023 registration year can do so through MYNLCSW.CA. The administrative deadline to renew is February 15, 2023. The legislative deadline to renewal is February 28, 2023. Detailed information is available at 2023 Online Renewal - Now Open | NLCSW.
MyNLCSW.ca will being accepting renewals for the 2023 registration year in mid-January. Current NLCSW registrants and non-practicing members will be notified by email when the online system is opened. The renewal deadline is February 15, 2023 (midnight Island time). A $50 late fee will be applied to active renewals received after this date.
The NLCSW Editorial Committee is currently accepting article submissions for the January 2023 edition of Connecting Voices. The committee encourages article submissions from social workers practicing in diverse fields of practice across Newfoundland and Labrador. Photo submissions of NL scenery and landmarks is also welcomed by the committee. Articles and/or photos can be emailed to the publication’s co-editor, Annette Johns (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NLCSW recognizes the importance of this day and continues to expand practice resources and educational offerings that promote the importance of ongoing reflection and learning as well as culturally competent social work practice and service delivery. Access the full list of resources by clicking here.