Virtual Licensure Exam Review Prep Course

For all exam categories: Bachelor, Master, Clinical, Advanced Generalist

NASWMN Chapter 0 162

For all exam categories! Boost your confidence with study tools and strategies from Dawn Apgar, author of the social work exam study guides from Springer Publishing. Get a hard copy and electronic study guide, plus 6 months of access to a robust learning management tool with the course! Registration closes January 31 at 12 p.m. CST.

Ready, Set, Run! What You Need to Know to Run for Office

FREE AND OPEN TO ALL SOCIAL WORKERS!

NASWMN Chapter 0 40

Do you want change in your community? Have you wished for social work’s values to be reflected in policy decisions? We want you to run for office – yes, you! We believe social workers can not only run and win – but increasing our voice in the policy arena is also necessary, and we are here to offer you support as you explore this whole new level of advocacy.

Psychological First Aid and Beyond: How to Cope During and Following Crisis

2 clinical CEUs for social workers of all practice areas and experience

NASWMN Chapter 0 130

This webinar provides information on the trauma that is experienced through disasters, from hurricanes and tornadoes to pandemics, mass shootings, and wars - and how social workers can use Psychological First Aid (PFA), as well as crisis intervention models, and basic coping skills with clients, peers, and themselves.

Mandated Reporting through a Trauma-Responsive and Racial Justice Lens

2 CEUs - An ethics webinar for social workers in all practice areas

NASWMN Chapter 0 185

Professionals will learn alternatives to mandated reporting that can prevent child maltreatment, promote family preservation, and maintain client engagement. Participants will be asked to take a critical eye to the legal and ethical implications of the decision to report and consider ways in which these decisions have impact for families, and for our professions, beyond the reporting call.

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