Joliet, Ill. – The University of St. Francis (USF) Department of Social Work will host a virtual social work licensure exam prep workshop on Saturday, February 6 and Saturday, February 13. This two-session workshop runs for four hours, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., on both days.
This intensive, 8-hour, preparatory review workshop for LSW/ LCSW licensure will be taught by USF social work instructors Kyung-Mee Choi, Ph.D., MSW; Laura Honegger, Ph.D., LCSW; Joyce Kraus, MSW, LCSW; and Audrey Davis, Ed.D., MSW, LCSW, PEL.
Relevant examination content will be covered, such as: social work practice theories and terminology; therapeutic strategies; practice techniques; assessment and diagnosis; professional ethics; and diversity sensitive practice.
This workshop includes 8 hours of CEUs and will include test-taking strategies, sample test questions, and a course manual review. If you plan to get licensed, don’t miss this University of St. Francis event! Last year’s workshop attendees are eligible for a discounted registration.
Workshop registration costs are as follows:
- Community Attendees without Study Package ($60)
- USF Social Work Alumna/Alumni ($30)
- Current USF Field Instructors/Supervisors ($30)
- Clinical Exam Prep Package – Self Study ($190)
- Masters Exam Prep Package – Self Study ($190)
Visit https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=YQxK2D to register (pre-registration is necessary). The workshop will be administered virtually through Zoom.
For questions regarding workshop registration or discounts for last year’s attendees, please contact Laura Honegger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently celebrating 100 years of higher education rooted in Franciscan values, the University of St. Francis, in Joliet, Ill., serves close to 4,000 students nationwide and offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and certificate programs in the arts and sciences, business, education, nursing and social work. There are over 51,000 USF alumni across the globe. For information, call 800-735-7500 or visit stfrancis.edu.
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