Intern Placement Tracking (IPT)

This online platform is where students will interact with their Field Education Instructor, Field Education Liaison and the Field Education Coordinator to achieve their learning outcomes. The following forms and worksheets are hosted here:

  • Confirmation of Field Education Form
  • Field Education Learning Plan
  • SOCW 519/559 Learning Outcome Worksheet
  • Field Education Time Sheet
  • Professional Development Events Worksheet
  • Professional Conduct Incident Form

IPT Login

Social Work (SOCW) Courses

Course descriptions and times are available in the Okanagan

Course Schedule

APA Citation

Students in the MSW program are expected to use APA Citation Style for all of their course assignments.

APA Guide

Student Handbook 2019

The handbook will provide students with information regarding the MSW program; including rules, policies, procedures and student resources particular to the School.

HANDBOOK

Interact with the School of Social Work

 Facebook Page

Join the Facebook page and keep up with the latest news and events.

 

Focus Groups – School of Social Work

The School of Social Work will host regular Focus Groups for our Master of Social Work (MSW) program.  This is your opportunity to provide value feedback about your student experience, field placements, program curriculum and more.  We encourage you to participate when these opportunities are scheduled.

 

UBCO Social Work Course Union

UBCO SWCU Facebook Page

Join the Facebook page and keep up with the latest news and events.

UBCO SWCU Election Positions and Process

The UBCO Social Work Course Union has an annual election for their positions.  Please review the CU Election Positions and Process 2018-2019_final.pdf for further details.

Registration with the BC College of Social Workers

The British Columbia College of Social Workers regulates the social work profession in British Columbia. BCCSW assesses the qualifications of everyone who applies to become a Registered Social Worker (RSW). All RSW’s must have a minimum of a Bachelor of Social Work degree from a program approved by the College’s Board and must pass an examination. To qualify as a Registered Clinical Social Worker (RCSW), applicants must have a Master of Social Work degree and pass a clinical examination.

Registration with BCCSW is a requirement for employment in an increasing number of agencies. Students are encouraged to review the BCCSW site for information regarding licensing exams and registration.

Furthermore, please see below the BCCSW Registration Information document for a step-by-step process on preparing for the registration exam.BCASW is a voluntary, not-for-profit membership association that supports members and promotes the profession of social work and advocates for social justice. We are looking forward to posting about social work issues and opportunities in BC. Like us and follow us to stay connected!

BCASW Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bcasw/

Visit their new updated Facebook site and follow them for up-to-date information.

BCCSW Registration Exam Information