The Practicum is one of the most important elements in the education of future social workers. It’s where Master of Social Work students apply their in-class knowledge to practice and develop important skills, in real-world settings.
Field Instructors play a vital role in our students’ education and training. As experienced social workers who meet our Field Instruction Standards, they oversee and guide our students in the provision of services in their workplace to a variety of clients, organizations, and communities.
Field Instruction Standards
Our Field Instruction Standards outline the qualifications for becoming a field instructor and the expectations for the role. (Note there are separate standards for the Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency field).
Becoming a Field Instructor
We are always looking to partner with new instructors and organizations. If you are able to meet our Field Instructor Standards, we would love to work with you!
In this section
- Field Instruction Standards
- Becoming a Field Instructor
- Courses and Professional Development
- Professional Development Schedule
- Indigenous Trauma and Resiliency (ITR) Field Instructors
- Funding – The Bertha Rosenstadt Trust