Who is eligible for this program?
Social workers and service providers of other related disciplines who want to develop or expand their supervisory knowledge and skills and are also interested in using research to inform their practice or measuring their practice outcomes. Both experienced and novice individuals are encouraged to seek advanced training through SLA.
NASW membership is not required to participate in SLA. However, members receive discounted rates..
What can those who enroll in Supervisory Leaders in Aging expect?
Participants can expect to:
- Gain gerontological knowledge and enhance their teaching skills to guide practice with older adults and their families.
- Strengthen their leadership skills through enhanced gerontological knowledge.
- Benefit from ongoing peer support and from practice, research, and policy updates made available through the growing network of Supervisory Leaders in Aging.
Continuing Education (CE) Credits
Amount of CE credits vary depending on each individual course. The SLA Principle Program as a whole offers 17.5 CEs, including 1.5 hours in ethics. This is a nationally accepted program. Individuals are responsible for meeting their states required CE credit requirements for amount and category.
SLA Program Structure
Participants can choose to purchase and complete any course a-la-carte, or can purchase the bundle for the full SLA Principles Certificate.