Tamsin Waterhouse In 'Staff' Social Work academic staffStaffProfessional services staffDoctoral researchers Back to 'School of Social Policy' School of Social PolicyTeaching Fellow Contact details Telephone+44(0)121 414 6227Emailt.email@example.com AddressDepartment of Social Policy and Social WorkMuirhead TowerUniversity of BirminghamEdgbastonBirminghamB15 2TT Tamsin Waterhouse is a Teaching Fellow on the Post Qualifying Social Work programmes. She is also the Director of the (Advanced) Certificate in Mental Health and Deafness. She is a registered Social Worker, and joined the University in 2012. Qualifications Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership and Management for Social Work, University of Birmingham (2012) Post Qualifying Higher Specialist Award in Leadership and Management, University of Birmingham (2012) Best Interest Assessor Training Programme, Wolverhampton University (2009) Post Qualifying Award in Social Work, GSCC (2004) Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work Education, Wolverhampton University (2001) Practice Teaching Award, CCETSW (2001) Mental Health Social Worker Award, CCETSW (1997) Masters in Social Work, Keele University (1995) Diploma in Social Work, Keele University (1994) BA (Hons) Geography, Leeds University (1990) Biography Tamsin qualified as a Social Worker in 1994. Since then she has worked in mental health and training. She has practiced as a Senior Social Worker, an Approved Social Worker (more latterly an Approved Mental Health Professional), a Practice Teacher and a Best Interest Assessor. Prior to starting work with the University she co-managed a Professional Development Unit, taking particular responsibility for the training and development of qualified Social Workers in adult services. Teaching Post Qualifying Award in Specialist Social Work with Adults (Advanced) Certificate in Mental Health and Deafness Postgraduate Diploma Post-Qualifying Award in Higher Specialist (Social) Work in Mental Health Services Other activities Tamsin is a Mental Health Act Commissioner with the Care Quality Commission. Tamsin also works independently as a Best Interest Assessor. Publications Waterhouse, T, Murr, A and McLagan, S (2011) 'From Practitioner to Practice Educator; What supports and what hinders the development of confidence in teaching and assessing student social workers' in Practice, Vol 23, pp95-110.