For my inaugural “Message from the Registrar”, I would like to take this opportunity to address some of the misconceptions about the College that arise from time to time – most recently at this year’s Annual Meeting and Education Day. Namely, what is the role of the College?MORE "%s"
As announced in an August eBulletin, the long-awaited amendments to the Registration Regulation, O. Reg. 383/00 were approved by the government and will come into effect on January 1, 2018.MORE "%s"
As social workers and social service workers, you are required to complete the Continuing Competence Program (CCP) on an annual basis in order to remain current in your practice.MORE "%s"
Over the last couple of years the College has worked hard to enhance its social media presence. As of October 1st, the College had 779 followers on Twitter and 2,110 followers on LinkedIn.MORE "%s"
Keeping your membership current is important. College membership demonstrates your commitment to professional, ethical, qualified and accountable practice. Your membership says something important about the professions of social work and social service work as a whole, and also about you as an individual practitioner.MORE "%s"
On June 27, the College successfully hosted its first employer roundtable in Thunder Bay.MORE "%s"
Council meeting highlights for May 9-10, 2017.MORE "%s"
Council meeting highlights for September 7-8, 2017.MORE "%s"