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Educational Policy Committee

The Educational Policy Committee (EPC) is a standing committee of the Board of Directors of CASWE-ACFTS and is accountable to the Board. It is Co-chaired by a member of the Board of Directors and a member of the Commission on Accreditation. The primary purpose of the EPC is to periodically review and recommend amendments to CASWE-ACFTS educational policies and Accreditation Standards. The Terms of Reference provide a more detailed description of the purpose, responsibilities, composition, and operation of the EPC and the Annual Reports (see below) describe the committee’s activities. The EPC is currently co-chaired by Hélène Albert and Kathy Hogarth. Other committee members include Joanne Azevedo, François Boudreau, Ruth Koleszar-Green, Mary Medcalf, Raven Sinclair, Nico Trocmé, Anita Vaillancourt and Judy White.

If you are interested in the work of the EPC please contact Kathy Hogarth or Hélène Albert,

Kathy Hogarth
School of Social Work-Renison University College, University of Waterloo

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Hélène Albert
École de travail social-Université de Moncton
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EPAS 2020 Update

Hélène Albert and Kathy Hogarth, Co-Chairs of the Educational Policy Committee (EPC) of CASWE-ACFTS, have announced that the last round of membership consultation for EPAS2020 will take place during the month of January, 2020. They wish to thank everyone who offered thoughtful feedback on the Spring, 2019 draft during and after the spring conference.

The project lead, Carolyn Campbell, consolidated all the feedback and prepared a lengthy document for review by members of the Educational Policy Committee (EPC). Committee members met five times during September and October to consider the feedback and make further revisions, resulting in a new EPAS2020 draft. Translation and a final review will occur during November, resulting in a document ready for circulation to the membership in late December. This will be accompanied by Briefing Note # 4, which will summarize the changes made and clearly outline the process for the last few months.

This has been an exciting and intense five year process.  As we enter into the last 6 months, we invite everyone to continue their engagement by responding to the January 2020 draft.

EPAS Documents

Terms of Reference

Click here to read the terms of reference.

Annual Reports

2018-2019 Annual Report
2017-2018 Annual Report
2016-2017 Annual Report
2015-2016 Annual Report
2014-2015 Annual Report
2013-2014 Annual Report

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