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Jun 19

Effective Caseload Management- Strategies for Social Prescribing Practice

June 19 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm BST

As we research the optimal caseload for social prescribing link workers, competency in negotiating and managing caseloads is vital according to our education standards. Moreover, adhering to our code of practice requires practitioners and employers to prevent overwhelming or diminished professional function.

This training is designed to sharpen social prescribing caseload management knowledge and skills.

Learning Outcomes:

at the end of the training, you will be able to

  1. Discuss the significance of effective caseload management
  2. Prioritise and assess cases efficiently
  3. Negotiate and maintain an appropriate caseload
  4. Understand how to review and evaluate the case management process

Reflection and Peer Learning:

Engage in reflective exercises to evaluate and enhance your caseload management skills. Participate in group activities to share experiences, fostering a collaborative and supportive learning environment.

Resource Harvesting for Self-Directed Learning:

Explore various resources and tools to support ongoing self-directed learning, continually enhancing your professional skills.

Target Audience:

This complimentary webinar, generously offered by NALW as part of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for its members, is valuable for both new and experienced social prescribing link workers, as well as leads and managers.

Booking Information:

To secure your spot, please log into your NALW membership account and proceed to the Members Knowledge and Resources Library. Spaces are limited!

CPD Points Eligibility:

Participants are eligible to claim 2 CPD points upon completion of the full 2-hour duration, actively engaging in reflection and peer learning. Remember to update your CPD e-portfolio for proper documentation of your professional development.


June 19
11:00 am - 1:00 pm BST
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National Association of Link Workers
Recommended for all involved and interested in social prescribing!