Our convenient and affordable Internet courses are designed to be "low-tech" so that participation does not require high-level computer skills or the latest in computer technology. To participate in these courses, you only need an Internet connection speed of 56k or above, Internet Explorer 4.01 or above, and an email address. If you want to participate in one of the online courses marked "video/audio," you need an Internet connection of 56K or above, Internet Explorer 6.0 or above or Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or above, and Adobe Flashplayer.
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Each on-line course provides three hours of continuing education credit (0.3 CEU) unless otherwise noted. All courses are approved for continuing education credit for Social Work, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Licensed Marital and Family Therapist. A CEU certificate will be emailed to you upon completion of the course. The certificate is dated according to the date on which you submit a skills assessment quiz at the end of the course.
Licensing boards may limit the number of CEUs that may be obtained through home study. Check with your licensing board for specific information.
Refunds are not issued for courses that have been accessed but not completed within 30 days of the enrollment date. A refund will be issued minus a $15 administrative fee if cancellation is received prior to accessing the course.
You have 30 days from your registration date to complete the course. After telephoning or sending your registration, you will receive an email message informing you of your registration date, your course ID and your course password. The email message will give you instructions for accessing the course.
The courses are self-paced and you may access the course as many times as you want, whenever you want, during the 30-day period.
If you fail to complete the course within 30 days, you will be dropped from the course with no refund. Once you have accessed the course, there will be no refund. There will be a $15 administrative fee assessed for cancellation requests after a registration has been received and processed.
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(click on title below for course description)
|General Practice||SSW 001||0.3||Bill Peters||Treatment Planning: A How-to Guide|
|General Practice||SSW 002||0.3||Bill Peters||Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction: An Introduction for Social Workers|
|General Practice||SSW 006||0.3||Bill Peters||So what am I supposed to do next? Supervision Skills for the Recently Promoted Social Worker|
|General Practice||SSW 008||0.3||Bill Peters||Employee Performance Evaluation in Human Services|
|General Practice||SSW 009||0.3||Bill Peters||Handling Hostility in Clients|
|Ethics||SSW 010||0.3||Rick Hofer||Ethics of Advocacy Video/Audio|
|General Practice||SSW 011||0.3||Bill Peters||Introduction to DSM-IV|
|Ethics||SSW 012||0.3||Rick Hofer||Ethics of Budgeting|
|General Practice||SSW 013||0.3||Rick Hofer||Stress Management|
|General Practice||SSW 014||0.3||Rick Hofer||Helping Clients Change: A Transtheoretical Approach|
|Ethics||SSW 018||0.3||Rick Hofer||The Ethics of Program Evaluation|
|Ethics||SSW 019||0.3||Catheleen Jordan||Ethics in Action: A Model for the Thoughful Social Worker|
|General Practice||SSW 020||0.3||Catheleen Jordan||Blenders: The New Brady Bunch|
|Ethics||SSW 024||0.3||Rhonda Triana||Ethics Between the Sexes
|General Practice||SSW 025||0.3||Rick Hofer||Planning Advocacy for Social Justice|
|General Practice||SSW 026||0.3||Rick Hofer||Conducting Advocacy for Social Justice|
|Ethics||SSW 027||0.3||Ellen Elliston||Beyond the ABC's of Ethics: Things You May Not Have Learned in School
|General Practice||SSW 030||0.3||Rick Hofer||
Basic Concepts of Nonprofit Leadership
Video/Audio Premium Course $65
|General Practice||SSW 031||0.3||Beverly Black||Assessing Levels of Moral Development Video/Audio|
|Ethics||SSW 032||0.3||Beverly Black||Human Behavior Theories and Social Work Ethics - Coming soon|
|General Practice||SSW 033||0.3||Beverly Black||
Creating a Dating Violence
Prevention Program: How Will You Do It?
|General Practice||SSW 034||0.3||Beverly Black||
Transpersonal Theory for
Social Work Practice
|General Practice||SSW 035||0.3||Beverly Black||
Feminist Theory and Social
|General Practice||SSW 036||0.3||Beverly Black||
Adolescent Dating Violence and
|General Practice||SSW 037||0.3||Beverly Black||
Systems-Based Theories and Social Work Practice
|General Practice||SSW 038||0.3||Rick Hofer||
Making Better Decisions
Video/Audio Premium Course $65
|General Practice||SSW 039||0.3||Regina Aguirre||
An Introduction to What It Is and How to Intervene
|Military/Veteran||MIL 9000||0.3||Regina Aguirre||Suicide: How to Intervene with Stateside, Deployed, and Veteran Populations|
|MIL 9001||0.6||Warren Ponder||Marital Satisfaction and Managing Long-distance Relationships in the Military Family: Tips for Clinicians on the Home-front and Downrange $65|
|Military/Veteran||MIL 9002||0.3||Bill Peters||Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI)|
|Gerontology||GER 8000||0.3||Pat Gleason-Wynn||Perspectives in Aging in American Society|
|Gerontology||GER 8001||0.3||Pat Gleason-Wynn||The Aging Process (Physical Health and Mental Health)|
|Gerontology||GER 8002||0.3||Kim Olmedo||Social Work Practice with Older Adults|
|Gerontology||GER 8003||0.3||Pat Gleason-Wynn||Aging Policy and Service Delivery in the United States|
|Gerontology||GER 8004||0.3||Pat Gleason-Wynn||Ethical Issues and Aging|
|Gerontology Ethics 0.3||GER 8005||0.3||Pat Gleason-Wynn||A Look at Evidence-Based Practice with Older Adults: Exploring Ethical Issues|