Are you interested in presenting for the MSU School of Social Work Continuing Education Program? If so, complete a program proposal and fax or mail to:
(517) 353-3599 - Fax
MSU-Social Work Continuing Education
Baker Hall 655 Auditorium Rd, Room 212
East Lansing, MI 48824
The new Fall 2013 Child Welfare In-service Training Catalog is now available.
Michigan State University School of Social Work, in conjunction with the other six Michigan graduate Schools of Social Work and the support of the Michigan Department of Human Services, is pleased to announce FREE training opportunities to DHS Child Protective Services, Foster Care, and Adoption Workers and DHS-contracted private agencies’ foster care and adoption workers. The title of this collaborative project is Child Welfare In-Service Training.
Many of the workshop topics will have applicability beyond child welfare practice, thus a LIMITED number of FOR CHARGE spaces are available for interested professionals who work outside of DHS and contracted private agencies. Early registration is encouraged. Registrations are nontransferable.
MSU School of Social Work Child Welfare In-Service Training programs in this catalog are found on pages 5-6:
Registration for these programs is online only at socialwork.msu.edu/register.php
Announcing the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS) Take the Lead Series, a program of the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) funded by the US Children’s Bureau. Through December 2014, four online modules will be available for FREE. Click here for details!
This is a fully online program. A Competency Series of courses for University Credit or Social Work Continuing Education Credits is available, as is a Refresher Course for Social Work Continuing Education Credits. More information>>
September 27, 2013
The Relevance of Culture: Inclusion of American Indian Traditions& Cultures in Research Design, Outcomes & Innovative Practices (earn 3 CECHs)
supported by the Freddolino Endowment for Distance Education
The MSU School of Social Work, together with the Association for Children's Mental Health, is now an NIMH Outreach Partner through the National Institute of Mental Health's Office of Constituency Relations and Public Liaison. The Outreach Partnership Program focuses on training and dissemination. It works to increase the public's access to science-based mental health information and enhance opportunities for the public to benefit from participation in research. More information>>