Angie has worked in both the voluntary (NCH Action for Children and NSPCC) and statutory sectors of social work, mainly within Children's Services.
Her managerial experience was gained with the NSPCC in developing and leading Child Protection and School Counselling Teams. Her other work has included working for hte Department of Education as a Regional Referral and Investigation Officer and as a Child Protection inter-agency trainer. She has a keen interest in social work values and work based learning.
She teaches on the BA Social Work Programme and is the Programme Leader for the MA in Children, Families and their Carers, which includes post qualifying modules for social work.
She is a feminist with a particular interest in gender issues. Her current research interests include work based learning, supervision within social work settings and enhancing the experience for international students.
Angie is also the Deputy Editor of the Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work.
Angie is a active member of PIAT the National Steering Group for Promoting Inter-Agency Training. PIAT is a collaborative partnership between Universities and leading Children's Charities such as the NSPCC.
With a continued committment to inter-agency learning Angie is a member of the Learning and Development Committee Member for Northamptonshire Local Safeguarding Children Board.
Angie is also a Trustee member of Children's Webmag- a child care internet based magazine.
Angie is the Programme Leader for the MA in Children, Families and their Carers.
She also has responsibility for post qualifying social work learning.
Angie has been an external examiner for the University of Cumbria and Anglia and Ruskin University.
Angie is the research lead and liaision between the Social Work Dvision and the Centre of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Northampton.
- 2008: involved in a study that endeavoured to capture the learning experience of African social work students
- 2011: Project Manager for Evaluation Research commissioned by Northamptonshire County Council to evaluate services facilitated within library based Children's Centres
Angie is about to embark on a Professional Doctorate Programme (September 2011) to focus on social work supervision.
- Bartoli, A., Chopping, T., Douglas, V. and Tedam, P. (2015) Embedding equality and diversity in the curriculum: a social work practitioner's guide. York: The Higher Education Academy.
- Callender, M., Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Bartoli, A. and Alexander, J. (2015) Improving outcomes for families in Milton Keynes. Poster presented to: Violence: Children, Family & Society Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 24-26 June 2015. (Unpublished)
- Bartoli, A. and Kennedy, S. (2015) Tick if applicable: a critique of a national UK social work supervision policy. Practice. 27(4), pp. 239-250. 0950-3153.
- Bartoli, A., (ed.) (2013) Anti-racism in Social Work Practice. St. Albans: Critical Publishing. 9781909330139.
- Tedam, P. (2013) Developing cultural competence. In: Bartoli, A. (ed.) Anti-racism in Social Work Practice. St Albans: Critical Publishing. pp. 48-65.
- Bartoli, A. and Tedam, P. (2012) Protecting Children: Developing Basic Skills (e-learning programme), by Dr Liz Davies and Kate Cairns. Child Abuse Review. 21(5), pp. 378-381. 0952-9136.
- Bartoli, A. (2011) Assessment and international students - black African social work students. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education. 3(1), pp. 45-58. 2041-3122.
- Bartoli, A. (2010) Training: A good dose of medicine? Children Webmag. February
- Bartoli, A., Kennedy, S. and Tedam, P. (2009) Learning from African students. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education. 1(1), pp. 70-79. 2041-3122.
- Bartoli, A., Kennedy, S. and Tedam, P. (2008) Practice learning: who is failing to adjust? Black African student experience of practice learning in a social work setting. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work. 8(2), pp. 75-90. 1460-6690.