In his 1967 speech to Philadelphia high school students, the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. said: “If you can’t fly, run. If you can’t run, walk. If you can’t walk, crawl, but by all means, keep moving.” Since March 2020, we have encountered many changes and obstacles.MORE "%s"
This fall, the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers will be conducting a video interview with Cheryl McPherson, RSW, which will cover the intersection of social work and social service work and Reconciliation.MORE "%s"
The College would like to remind all members that the renewal season for the year 2022 will commence in early November. The deadline to complete your membership renewal and payment for the year 2022 is December 31, 2021. Members can renew their membership and pay their annual fee through the College’s online member services.MORE "%s"
The Council is the 21-member governing body and board of directors that manages and administers the College’s affairs. Council oversees the policy direction of the College as it fulfills its mandate to protect the public interest.MORE "%s"
Mukesh Kowlessar, RSSW, President, provided his report to Council. Lise Betteridge, RSW, Registrar and CEO, presented her report to Council. The report provided updates under each strategic priority in the College’s 2020-2023 Strategic Plan and included information about the following: the Professional Practice Department, ongoing practice consultations and an update on the Continuing Competence Program; […]MORE "%s"
September 9, 2021 The following Council members were elected by Council to the Executive Committee: Mukesh Kowlessar, RSSW – President Lisa Seburn, RSW – Vice-President John Fleming, Public Member – Vice-President Sanjay Govindaraj, RSW – Executive Member Shelley Hale, RSSW – Executive Member Pam Murphy, Public Member – Executive Member Mukesh Kowlessar, RSSW, provided his […]MORE "%s"
The College’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Task Group is making progress on its mission to help the College achieve its strategic priority of increasing diversity, equity and inclusion. The Task Group consists of five Council members and five non-Council members of the College, who were selected from among the 112 expressions of interest which were submitted by College members.MORE "%s"
Practice Notes is an educational tool designed to help Ontario social workers, social service workers, employers and members of the public gain a better understanding of recurring issues dealt with by the Professional Practice Department and the Complaints Committee that may affect everyday practice.MORE "%s"