Continuing Education Approval

Approved


The Wisconsin Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, and Social Work Examining Board has authorized NASW-WI to approve continuing education programs relevant to the professional practice of social work.

New Continuing Education Rules

Continuing Education Approval Application Forms

Be sure to complete both the application and payment form.

  * Notice, there have been changes made to the price of additional programs, qualifications of Ethics presenters, and considerations for counting CEH’s for 3- & 4-hour programs.

NASW WI Approved Continuing Education Programs:

  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, "Phase 1-4 Gambling Disorder Training", October 6-7, 2022; November 10-11, 2022 - Virtual
  • Inclusa,, "Ethics and Boundaries: Trauma Informed Care", 10/14/2022 and 12/19/2022 - Virtual      
  • WI Department of Justice, "WI Forensic Interview Guidelines Training", Week of September 19th – Virtual, 9/20, 9/22, 9/26, 9/28, 9/30, Week of October 17th – In Person , 10/17, 10/18, 10/19, 10/20, 10/21
  • Children's Wisconsin, "22nd Annual Social Work Conference: Advanced Ethics and Boundaries for Human Service Professionals", October 4, 2022 - Virtual
  • Outagamie County, "Word on the Street Facilitator Training", October 6 & 7, 2022 - Virtual
  • Outagamie County, "Nola Brantley Speaks Training Series- The Sexual Exploitation and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Transgender Females and Cis Gay Males", October 18, 2022 - Virtual
  • Outagamie County, "Nola Brantley Speaks Training Series- Sexual Exploitation and Commercial Sexual Exploitation Amongst Native Americans", September 19th, 2022 - Virtual
  • Outagamie County, "Nola Brantley Speaks Training Series- The Sexual Exploitation and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Transgender Females and Cis Gay Males" 10/18/2022 - Virtual
  • Wisconsin Juvenile Court Intake Association, "The Carey Guides and Brief Intervention Tools (BITS)", October 26 & 27, 2022 - Madison, WI
  • Inclusa, "DISC 1: Communication Tendencies", 10/17/2022 - Virtual
  • Inclusa, "Change 1: Navigating the Change Process and Responses to Change" 11/15/2022 - Virtual
  • Inclusa, "Navigating Difficult Conversations: Increasing Confidence and Applying Strategies", 10/4/2022 - Virtual
  • Inclusa, "Safety in The Field and Office", 9/22/2022 - Virtual
  • Wisconsin Juvenile Court Intake Association, "Annual WJCIA Conference" 9/21-9/23/2022 - Wisconsin Dells
  • Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association, "Fall Conference 2022", 10-6-2022 and 10-7-2022 - Appleton, The brochure for the Fall 2022 WNHSWA Conference can be viewed on the WNHSWA website: www.wnhswa.org
  • YMCA Madison, "Racial Justice Summit", 9/28-9/30/2022 - Madison
  • Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, "Many Faces of Grief: Recognizing Different Styles of Grief" 9/28/2022 - Virtual. Grief is a very unique and very universal experience. Yet, as natural as this diversity in grieving is, it can feel very isolating when those around you are grieving entirely differently. This lack of understanding of different ways of processing grief can create a disconnect during a time
  • Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, "E&B: Ethics and Digital Literacy in the Era of Social Media" 10/11/2022 - As organizing and sharing information via social media is rapidly becoming a fundamental literacy for professional practice, social workers who contend with some form of social media, used either by themselves or their clients, must be aware of the ethical considerations. During this two-hour CEH for Ethics and Boundaries, we will examine how the NASW Code of Ethics, revised in 2022, guides the use of social media. Attendees will better understand the risks and benefits of using social media as part of their practice, learn about the Standards for Technology in Social Work, and discuss appropriate professional boundaries. https://ssrhospicehome.org/ceh/
  • WisconsinAIRS, Today more than ever, information and referral and assistance programs fulfill a vital need in our communities throughout Wisconsin. Human needs are more complex and having access to community resources often requires the guidance of information and referral professionals. To help meet the demands of the job, information and referral specialists turn to professional organizations for training and support. WisconsinAIRS is just that organization! WisconsinAIRS is pleased to announce the 42nd Annual WisconsinAIRS Conference, November 3rd and 4th, 2022, at the Ingleside Inn in Pewaukee, WI. https://www.wisconsinairs.org/about-us/
  • WI State Public Defender's Office and the Juvenile Rural Access to Training and Expertise (J-RATE) Project, "Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings Multidisciplinary Training" August 29, 2022 - Fond du Lac
  • Inclusa, "DiSC 2: Individual Personality and Team Dynamics", 12/16/2022 - Virtual
  • Child Advocacy Centers of Wisconsin, "Investigating Suspected Child Maltreatment", October 4-5, 2022 - Virtual
  • UW Stevens Point Continuing Education, "18th Annual WI Mental Health and Substance Use Recovery Conference", October 20-21, 2022 - WI Dells & Virtual - The conference is for providers working with mental health, substance use, or co-occuring disorder treatment. Primary audience is mental health and substance use professionals including social workers and licensed professional counselors.
  • Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, "From Gambling to Gambling Disorder - A Clinical Perspective" October 6-7, 2022, November 10-11, 2022, January 12-13, 2023, February 9-10, 2023 - Milwaukee
  • WI Association of Treatment Court Professionals, "2022 WATCP Coordinator Conference" October 5-7, 2022 - Pewaukee
  • UW Stevens Point Continuing Education, "2022 WI Adult Protective Services Conference", 9/28/2022-9/29/2022 - WI Dells or Virtual
  • Leading Age Wisconsin, "Aspire", September 28-30, 2022 - Green Bay
  • Laura Saunders Consulting, "Motivational interviewing: Increasing your capacity to practice and inspire", Various Dates 
  • Outagamie County, "Nola Brantley Speaks Training Series- Harm Reduction Strategies" Nov. 15, 2022 - Virtual
  • Outagamie County, "Nola Brantley Speaks Training Series- Healing Shame w/ CSEC", 12/20/2022 - Virtual
  • Unity Hospice, "The Right to Die by Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED) - Ethical Considerations, Practice Applications, and the need for Legislation", 10/5/2022 and 10/11/2022 - Unity Hospice
  • Chorus Community Health Plans, "Cultural Humility in Human Services" 10/13/2022 - Virtual