Licensure Exam Prep Training

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 376

August 23, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ET. 6 CEs.
Registration deadline: Aug. 21.

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.

INSTRUCTOR: Dawn Apgar, PhD, LSW, ACSW.

Supervision: Foundations of Supervision

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 398

August 9-10, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET.
14 CEs, including 2 Ethics CEs. Registration deadline: August 7. 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

Supervision: Digital Technology & Clinical Supervision AND Trauma-Directed Supervision

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 710

June 28-29. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET. 14 CEs, including 14 ethics CEs.

Day 1: Mastering the Ethical Divide of Digital Technology and Clinical Social Work Supervision (7 CE Hours, Includes 7 Ethics CEs). May be purchased as a single-day training.

Learning objectives for Day 1:

  1. Strengthen effective supervisory oversight for managing the current ethical disrupters of technology proficiency, appropriate use of social media and electronic communication, mandatory duty-to-warn situations, and industry demands for interstate practice and licensure portability.
  2. Learn to effectively juggle these moving parts through a lens of professional liability for both the supervisor and supervisee.
  3. Blend new knowledge with industry scenarios and application of the latest professional resources, including the 2017 Technology and Social Work Practice and NASW Code of Ethics.

Day 2: Trauma-Directed Supervision: Awareness, Advancement, Activation (7 CE Hours, 7 Ethics CEs). May be purchased as a single-day training.

Learning objectives for Day 2:

  1. Identify industry-evidence to validate implementation of trauma-directed supervision.
  2. Identify the essential components of trauma-directed supervision for social work supervisors.
  3. Understand how to implement trauma-directed supervision across individual and group processes.
  4. Align trauma-direct supervision with industry Established Resources of Guidance (e.g., CSWE EPAS Competencies, NASW Code of Ethics, Board of Social Work Regulations)

Presenter: Ellen Fink-Samnick DBH, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, CCM, CCTP, CRP

Supervision: Digital Technology & Clinical Supervision AND Trauma-Directed Supervision

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 710

June 28-29. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET. 14 CEs, including 14 ethics CEs.

Day 1: Mastering the Ethical Divide of Digital Technology and Clinical Social Work Supervision (7 CE Hours, Includes 7 Ethics CEs). May be purchased as a single-day training.

Learning objectives for Day 1:

  1. Strengthen effective supervisory oversight for managing the current ethical disrupters of technology proficiency, appropriate use of social media and electronic communication, mandatory duty-to-warn situations, and industry demands for interstate practice and licensure portability.
  2. Learn to effectively juggle these moving parts through a lens of professional liability for both the supervisor and supervisee.
  3. Blend new knowledge with industry scenarios and application of the latest professional resources, including the 2017 Technology and Social Work Practice and NASW Code of Ethics.

Day 2: Trauma-Directed Supervision: Awareness, Advancement, Activation (7 CE Hours, 7 Ethics CEs). May be purchased as a single-day training.

Learning objectives for Day 2:

  1. Identify industry-evidence to validate implementation of trauma-directed supervision.
  2. Identify the essential components of trauma-directed supervision for social work supervisors.
  3. Understand how to implement trauma-directed supervision across individual and group processes.
  4. Align trauma-direct supervision with industry Established Resources of Guidance (e.g., CSWE EPAS Competencies, NASW Code of Ethics, Board of Social Work Regulations)

Presenter: Ellen Fink-Samnick DBH, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, CCM, CCTP, CRP

Ethics Cultural Competence: Suicide Prevention

NASW Virginia

Josh Klapperick 0 610

June 28, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. ET.
Ruth Cassidy, instructor. 2 CEs, including 2 ethics CEs.
Registration deadline: June 26. Registration can still be made June 25 if you email professionaldevelopment.naswva@socialworkers.org.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn the three preventions of suicide and their plan of action with each.
  2. Identify ways to assess clients and groups at high risk for suicide-related behaviors.
  3. Understand assessment and treatment models.

Presenter: Ruth Cassidy, LCSW, MDiv

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