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Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Shaping our Lives

Thought it useful to share this:

Dear Mike,
We are pleased to tell you that the latest edition of the Shaping Our Lives newsletter has just been published. You can see it on line by going to http://www.shapingourlives.org.uk/ourpubs.html where you can view it as a PDF or text only word version.

We also wanted to let you know that Shaping Our Lives and the Social Care Institute for Excellence are working together to develop a strategy or plan to help service users take part in social work education and training. Universities and colleges that train people who are going to be social workers have to make sure that some service users take part in this training. As part of this project we are trying to find out what is happening in different parts of the country. We would really like to hear from you if you are involved in social work education in any way, and have experience or views about the involvement of service users in social work education and training. Please give us a call (0845 241 0383) or send an email to fran@shapingourlives.org.uk

Finally, don't forget to keep an eye on our networking website, SOLNET at www.solnetwork.org.uk, particularly the noticeboard section: http://www.solnetwork.org.uk/noticeboard.asp which has lots of news of things that are happening, new publications, events, jobs etc.

If you would like to reply please use one of the email addresses listed below, this newsletter message is being sent by an automatic system which you can't reply to directly.

With best wishes from all of us at Shaping Our Lives for now and throughout the year,

Fran, Jenny and Eamon

Shaping Our Lives National User Network
BM Box 4845

Tel: 0845 241 0383
Email: fran@shapingourlives.org.uk
SOLNET: www.solnetwork.org.uk

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