PSDP Regional Learning Events – New for 2022 We are facilitating a series of learning events across England throughout May and June 2022 and are delighted to invite ALL former PSDP participants to join us. These virtual events will be an opportunity to extend your PSDP learning further and catch up with some newly developed PSDP content specifically relating to anti-racist and virtual supervision. Event nameFacilitatorsDate TimeLink to registrationNorth West Regional Learning EventAkilah MoseleyMark GregoryWednesday, May 25, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceNorth East Regional Learning EventChristine CockerJustine OgleTuesday, May 24, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceWest Midlands Regional Learning EventMark ChestermanPenny SturtTuesday, June 07, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceEast Midlands Regional Learning EventSylvia SmithSarah HumphriesWednesday, June 29, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceEast Regional Learning EventSylvia SmithPenny McLellanWednesday, June 08, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceLondon Regional Learning EventAkilah MoseleyPenny SturtTuesday, June 14, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceSouth East Regional Learning EventCarl ChandraAkilah MoseleyWednesday, June 15, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceSouth West Regional Learning EventPenny McLellanKatie RichesWednesday, June 22, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a spaceYorkshire and Humber Regional Learning EventSarah HumphreysJustine OgleTuesday, June 28, 20229.30am – 12.30pmRequest a space The learning events will be a combination of presentations and opportunities for discussion and will invite you to explore the critical importance of providing anti-racist supervision and actively working towards allyship. We’ll be thinking about what does anti-racist supervision look and feel like. We will also consider the experiences, opportunities and challenges of supervision in virtual spaces and being an online supervisor, asking what we’ve learnt over the past 2 years from working and leading through the pandemic. If you want to build on your experience, skills and confidence in these important areas of contemporary social work, come and join us. There’ll also be the opportunity to network with PSDP regional colleagues and think through ideas about further embedding reflective, relationship-based supervision in practice. We will be holding a total of 9 virtual regional learning events across England and each will last for 3 hours from 9.30 to 12.30 on Microsoft Teams and are delighted to invite all former PSDP participants from 2018 – 2021. The events will be hosted by our experienced team of PSDP facilitators and are free to attend. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.