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Social Work Licensing Supervision

This workshop is designed to help rural social workers meet the MN Board of Social Work’s new licensing supervision requirement of 30 hours of training in supervision.

2012-05-15

This workshop series will consist of eight sessions surrounding the practice of social work licensing supervision. This workshop is designed to help rural social workers meet the MN Board of Social Work’s new licensing supervision requirement of 30 hours of training in supervision (effective August 1, 2011).

Objectives:

  • Increase knowledge about the practice of social work licensing supervision, including model and methods of supervision and evidence-based supervision
  • Increase knowledge and understating of ethical practice and legal risk management of licensing supervision and how to effectively document the licensing supervision process
  • Increase awareness of self and the use of self in the supervision process to become a multiculturally responsive supervisor
  • Increase knowledge and skills for managing crises in supervision
  • Increase knowledge of evaluating the supervision process

 


 

Dates & Location:

May 7- 17, 2012, meeting Monday – Thursday, 15 contact hours will meet face to face, 15 hours will be conducted via D2L asynchronously (hybrid format, due to current licensing standards allowing for 15 of the 30 CEs to be independent study), potential face to face meetings Monday, May 7th; Wednesday, May 9th; Tuesday, May 15th; and Thursday, May 17th

Classroom Location:

Time:

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm Monday, May 7th; Wednesday, May 9th; Tuesday, May 15th; and Thursday, May 17th

 


 

There are TWO options for registration for this workshop:

Option 1:

 

Option 2:

Continuing Education Credit:

Social Work Approved: 30 CEs, 15 CEs face-to-face, 15 CEs independent study

Cost:
  • $299 for anyone registered before April 27th (April 28th or later $349 per student)
    Includes all course material for the course

 

RegisterOnline For CEU's

PrintMailRegistration For CEU's

 
College Credit (Undergraduate and Graduate) registration process:
Admission:
  • Undergraduate Credits:
    • Students who are currently or have previously taken courses from Minnesota State do NOT need to reapply for admission.
    • Prospective students must make formal application to the University through the Office of Admissions.
  • Graduate Credit:
    • Students who are currently or have previously taken courses from Minnesota State do NOT need to reapply for admission.
    • Students who have not been admitted to the College of Graduate Studies should complete the Graduate Application Form.
      • Choose non-degree seeking and transcripts and fees are not required (this will allow a student to take up to 12 credits before formal admission is required).
Registration:
  • Once admitted, students students will register online. Students will need their Tech ID and PIN (provided by Admissions or Graduate Studies) in order to register.
Undergaduate Course Information:

Social Work 485 -- Selected Topics: The Practice of Licensing Supervision (3 credits). Course ID: 003755
Undergraduate Tuition/Fees

Graduate Course Information:

Social Work 585 -- Selected Topics: The Practice of Licensing Supervision (3 credits). Course ID: 003503
Graduate Tuition/Fees

Payment for credits:

You will not receive an invoice from the University. Payment is made online at https://www.mnsu.edu/eservices. You will also need your Tech ID and PIN to make payments.

 

Instructor:

KIMBERLY SAMMITT, MSW, PH.D., LICSW has 13 years of experience in the mental health field including work as: program director of a child and adolescent therapeutic school, a child/adolescent/family therapist, and a clinical supervisor. She holds a Masters in social work from the University of Southern Mississippi and a PhD in social work from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. She is an assistant professor in the social work department at Minnesota State University, Mankato, teaches advanced direct practice courses in the graduate program.

 

Registration information: Registration taken on a first come first serve basis.
You will receive a confirmation e-mail following your registration

 

Cancellation Policy

Questions: If you have questions about the training or how to register, contact the College of Extended Learning at 507-389-2572, or 1-800-311-3142, or email

 

 

For MSU events: individuals with a disability, who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event, are asked to contact the Office of Disability Services at 507-389-2825 (V/TTD), 800-627-3529 or 711 (MRS/TTD) at least five days prior to the event.

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