BSW - Social Work Licensure Exam Preparation Course
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Jan 28, 2018
NASW - Alabama Chapter is pleased to collaborate with the Alabama A & M University Department of Social Work, Psychology & Counseling to bring this important training opportunity to North Alabama and Surronding areas!
LOCATION: AAMU, Arthur J. Bond Hall Auditorium - Room 233, 4900 Meridian St., North, Huntsville, AL 35811.
This course is one of the most effective ways to prepare and improve the probability of you achieving a successful test score result on the ASWB Social Work Examination! Participants will receive 7 hours of intense classroom style instruction designed for the Bachelors Social Work Licensure Examination.
Onsite Training specifically geared towards the needs of Bachelors Level Social Work Students / Candidates. This ONE day Training Workshop (8 AM - 5 PM) is designed for those individuals preparing to take the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Bachelors Level Social Work Examination, and includes a Comprehensive Workbook with sample practice questions that will benefit you as you study to prepare for the examination.
Additional Features of this dynamic training include:
Targeted requirements by ASWB
Overview of Test Construction
Standardized Test-Taking Strategy
Social Work Values & Ethics
Models & Methods of Social Work Practice
Human Growth and Development Issues
Minority Issues / Research & Supervision
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Sophia F. Dziegielewski, Ph.D., LCSW, Professor, School of Social Work at the University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, Florida. She is also Chair of the UCF, Institutional Review Board providing oversight for the protection of human subjects in university-related research studies for the second largest university in the United States serving approximately 60,000 students. Throughout her academic, administrative and practice career she has been active in mental health practice and research maintaining her license and serving as an expert witness in the courts. Dr. Dziegielewski is the recipient of numerous awards, and supports her research and practice activity with over 135 publications, including 8 textbooks, 85 articles, numerous book chapters and hundreds of workshops with regional and international presentations. The latest 3rd edition of her book titled DSM-5 in Action continues to be a popular best seller. She is also the Editor of the Journal of Social Work Research.
NOTES TO REMEMBER:
** The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) most recent Pass Rate information (2016) for the Bachelors Examination is 76.8%, and there a total of 4,097 examinations attempted. By planning to attend this training, you are being proactive in your preperation for the examination to insure you have the best chance of passing your exam the FIRST time (orTHIS time if you may have already challenged the examination unsuccesfully in the past).
** NO Onsite Registrations will be permitted - You MUST have completed your registration by the cutoff date to insure adequate ordering of training materials and information.
** Lunch is on your own.
** There are many options for Hotel Accomodations in the area if needed - identifying your hotel preference and booking is the responsiblity of the attendee.
** Attendees of this course are eligible to receive 7 CEUs
NOTE:NASW-Alabama maintainsSOLEandFULLdiscretion for the determination of eligibilility ofALLRefundsto be processed through Eventbrite for sponsored events of this Chapter. Consideration for said refunds are based upon the type of event and the cost of administration incurred as the event Organizer.NOcontracted provider's refund policy shall supersede the authority and discretion of NASW-Alabama to makethe final determination of eligibilityANDamounts of refunds to be issued.
(a) Refund information is posted to this event pagefor the registrant's convenience;
(b) If this event is cancelled andNOalternativescheduled date is substituted, NASW-Alabama will grantaFULLrefund of registration fees;
(c) If this event is cancelled and an alternativescheduled date IS provided but the registrant opts notto attend that designated date as rescheduled byNASW-Alabama, a refund of50%of the registration feewill be issued;
(d) NASW-Alabama does reserve the right to giveconsideration to "special circumstances" whenvalidated during the processing a refund requests.This is a courtesy effort to be otherwise fair andreasonable to registrants, but in no way guaranteesthe outcome of the request.
(e) There will beNORefund of registration fees forrequests received by NASW - Alabama within seven (7)days of any event;
(f) HOW TO REQUEST COONSIDERATION FOR A REFUND:
Registrants should contact the organizer of this event(NASW-Alabama) through Eventbrite:
Detail the reason for the request and submit the request to the Organizer
If a refund is authorized by theorganizer (NASW-Alabama), a credit for the amountdesignated will be made directly to the card utilizedas a method of payment.
An email confirmation will berouted to the email address provided during registration with detailsof the refund.
(g) Upon receipt, refund requests will be responded toby NASW-Alabama within three (3) to five (5) businessdays.
If you require accommodations to permit your attendance or participation, please provide a written request along with your completed proof of registration payment at least 30 days prior to the scheduled date of this event. Requests received after this aforementioned deadline may not be able to be processed or fulfilled in time for the event.
DIRECTIONS TO AAMU CAMPUS
Nashville (and points north): Take I- 65 S, to Huntsville via I-565 East to the Oakwood Avenue Exit. Make a left onto Oakwood Avenue. Turn right onto Meridian Street. Continue to the campus of AAMU. Turn right on Chase Road. Turn left at main campus entrance and secure a visitor's pass.
Birmingham (and all points south): Take I- 65 N to Huntsville via I-565 East to the Oakwood Avenue Exit. Make a left onto Oakwood Avenue. Turn right onto Meridian Street. Continue to the campus of AAMU. Turn right on Chase Road. Turn left at main campus entrance and secure a visitor's pass.
Atlanta (and all points east): Take I-75 N to I-24 heading west toward Chattanooga/Nashville. Take US-64/US-72 W toward S Pittsburg. Merge onto I-565 W to Oakwood Ave. Take a right onto Oakwood Ave. Turn left onto Meridian Street Continue to the campus of AAMU. Turn right on Chase Road. Turn left at main campus entrance and secure a visitor's pass.
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