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Social Work p.r.n., a professional social work company, has provided quality continuing education and training for social workers since 1988. We are pleased to now offer online continuing education units (CEU’s). Online CEU’s provide social workers with practice relevant material at an affordable price with the utmost in scheduling flexibility.
Not all online offerings are the same- there’s a difference with Social Work p.r.n.! If you have participated in Internet-Delivered CE Courses before and found the experience to be less than satisfying- reading hours of “dry” material on your own, you will enjoy the difference in Social Work p.r.n.’s online offerings. All of our online continuing education courses are delivered in audio format (some with video), which delivers the content in a more realistic manner. Technology allows you to login and off at your convenience. So, if you want to stop to ponder a subject or simply answer the phone, you can and then rejoin the online instruction when it is best for you.
Most important, our programs are approved for credit by the Association of Social Work Boards.
CEU Provider Status
Social Work p.r.n. (#1087), is a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, phone 800-225-6680, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program.
The ACE (Approved Continuing Education) approval is accepted in the following jurisdictions: Alaska, Alberta (Canada), Arizona, Connecticut, District of Columbia (DC), Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Washington and Wyoming.
In addition, Social Work p.r.n. is an authorized social work education sponsor/provider in Illinois (License # 159-000381) and Kansas (License # 10-005).
If your jurisdiction is not listed above, please check with your licensing board to verify that they will accept this credit or if the board accepts online course study. Licensing boards have the final say in determining the acceptability of a course offering. It is up to the individual social worker to insure that the content of the course they take will meet the requirements of the board. Some licensing boards place a limit on the number of CEU hours that may be obtained online. Licensed social workers should contact their individual state jurisdiction to review current continuing education requirements.
General Course Information
Course content and materials are protected by copyright laws and may not be reproduced without written permission from the faculty presenter. The license to participate in any online course and view the associated written material extends only to the person who pays the registration fee. In no event will Social Work p.r.n., the presenters, or the publisher be held liable for any direct, indirect, or consequential damages resulting from the use of course material.
Statement of Competence
Social Work provides programs designed to expand and enhance social workers’ knowledge, skills, and use of self. Online courses are presented by professional social workers that have expertise in the subjects that they present.
We strive to provide the most current and recent material. However, since the field of social work, as well as regulations governing licensing and certifications are constantly evolving, the material presented may become outdated. Individuals using the material presented are responsible for researching original sources of authority and updating their own information to ensure accuracy and relevance to their own practice.
Social Work p.r.n. maintains responsibility for programs. Social workers participating in programs will receive the specified continuing education credits. Licensed social workers should contact their individual state jurisdiction to review current continuing education requirements for licensure renewal. A certificate of continuing education units is available for the participant to download online upon successful completion of a course. The continuing education credits available for each program are specified in the course information.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you are not pleased with our online course and do not choose to receive your CEU course completion credit, we will cheerfully refund your registration fee.
Any complaints or grievances about a program should be directed to Kim Adams, CEO, Social Work p.r.n., at 913-648-2984 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact the Corporate Office at 913-648-2984 if you have a disability that we may be able to accommodate for online CEU purposes.
Social Work Ethics Verbatim: Discussion in Shades of Gray 3.0 CEUsCost: $45.00
This online audio course provides a comprehensive reading and discussion of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics by the faculty instructor, Paul Malloy, LSCSW. Highlights include dual relationships, confidentiality, duty-to-warn, subpoenas, and more.
Social Work with Latino Families 3.0 CEUsCost: $45.00
This online audio course by faculty instructor, Cesar Madrigal, LCSW is designed to increase cultural competency.
Clients Living with HIV/AIDS: A Social Work Perspective 3.0 CEUsCost: $45.00
This online audio workshop covers a wide range of information from the basics to the psychosocial interventions social workers can utilize in helping clients manage their lives after being diagnosed. The presenter for this course is Cesar Madrigal, LCSW. He has been an AIDS activist and presenter on this topic since 1985.
Narrative Approaches in Crisis, Brief and Long Term ConsultingCost: $45.00
Narrative therapy is a powerful tool in therapeutic work. Narrative approaches allow clients to identify resources embedded in their narratives that can help them address their challenges and empower...
Working with the Grieving: A Process of HealingThis course reviews the functions of grief and bereavement. Grief counseling is a common requirement of Social Work but often resources available to prepare for this important work is limited.
Demystifying the DSM-IV-TR: An OverviewThe purpose of this continuing education training is to demystify the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR) which classifies mental disorders into different types and prese...