Supervision: Foundations of Supervision

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 60

December 6-7, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
14 CEs, including 2 ethics CEs.
Presenter: Sheena Lyle, LCSW, CCTP
Registration deadline: December 4. Hurry—This course always fills fast, and space is limited!

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the most critical issues for the clinical supervisor in social work and better understand the function of supervision and the role of the supervisor.
  • Discuss useful theories and approaches when supervising individuals or groups of supervisees.
  • Identify and understand potential ethical issues related to supervision.

Note: This course fulfills the training requirement mandated by the Virginia Board of Social Work to provide clinical supervision for LCSW candidates.

Licensure Exam Prep Training

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 54

November 15, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ET.
INSTRUCTOR: Dawn Apgar, PhD, LSW, ACSW.

6 CEs. Registration deadline: Nov. 13.

This workshop will walk social workers at the BSW, MSW, and clinical levels of licensure through the necessary steps to pass the ASWB exam and reduce test anxiety. Included with the course is a full exam guide and 6-month digital access to ExamPrepConnect (see below).

Learning objectives:

  • Get organized to create a study plan.
  • Review the exam domains.
  • Address sample questions.
  • Reduce test-taking anxiety.
  • Learn how to access Dr. Apgar’s robust learning management system, ExamPrepConnect, so you can study by topic to identify your strengths and weaknesses, create custom quizzes based on topics for which you need more study, strengthen your knowledge with 170 practice questions and detailed answer rationales, take two timed practice tests, connect with other exam candidates using the discussion board, and play games to make studying fun.

NASW Member, $150. Non-Member, $200.

Supervision: Foundations of Supervision

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 61

November 1-2, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET.
14 CEs, including 2 ethics CEs. Registration deadline: Oct. 30. Hurry—This course always fills fast, and space is limited!

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the most critical issues for the clinical supervisor in social work and better understand the function of supervision and the role of the supervisor.
  • Discuss useful theories and approaches when supervising individuals or groups of supervisees.
  • Identify and understand potential ethical issues related to supervision.

Note: This course fulfills the training requirement mandated by the Virginia Board of Social Work to provide clinical supervision for LCSW candidates.

Presenter: Nikole Jiggetts, LCSW

Licensure Exam Prep Training

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 63

October 9, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ET. 6 CEs.
INSTRUCTOR: Dawn Apgar, PhD, LSW, ACSW.
Registration deadline: Oct. 7.

This workshop will walk social workers at the BSW, MSW, and clinical levels of licensure through the necessary steps to pass the ASWB exam and reduce test anxiety. Included with the course is a full exam guide and 6-month digital access to ExamPrepConnect (see below).

Learning objectives:

  • Get organized to create a study plan.
  • Review the exam domains.
  • Address sample questions.
  • Reduce test-taking anxiety.
  • Learn how to use the learning management system, ExamPrepConnect, so you can study by topic to identify your strengths and weaknesses, create custom quizzes based on topics for which you need more study, strengthen your knowledge with 170 practice questions and detailed answer rationales, take two timed practice tests, connect with other exam candidates using the discussion board, and play games to make studying fun.

Crafting Successful Group Supervision AND Independent Supervision Best Practices

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 66

October 4-5, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
14 CEs, including 9 ethics CEs. Day 1 focuses on the dynamics of group supervision, while Day 2 explores the best practices in independent supervision.
Registration deadline: Oct. 2.

Day 1: Supervision: Crafting Successful Group Supervision (7 CE Hours, including 2 ethics CEs). This may be purchased as a single-day training.

Learning objectives:

  • Review the impact of the regulations and ethical implications for consideration;
  • Review best practices for contracting, record-keeping, and regulatory compliance;
  • Examine common challenges of group supervision;
  • Review Group Supervision models, including Interactional, Competency-Based, Task and Reflective methodologies of practice;
  • Understand the unique needs and challenges of supervising a group; and
  • Learn models, tools, and best practices for effective group supervision.

 

Day 2: Supervision: Independent Supervision Best Practices & Managing Vicarious Liability (7 CE Hours, including 7 ethics CEs). This may be purchased as a single-day training.
Regulations for clinical social work supervision have increased both supervisory accountability and liability for competent practice across the country, especially in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify the essential requirements of independent clinical supervision practice
  • Understand vicarious liability in the independent clinical supervision process.
  • Recognize how evaluation is integral to the independent supervision process

Instructor: Dr. El

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