Arizona Social Work Continuing Education

Free State Social Work is approved as a continuing education provider by the Association of Social Work Boards Approved Continuing Education Program (provider #1235) and the National Board for Certified Counselors (provider #6605).  We are also approved by the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board (provider 10-001) and the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling (CE Provider # 50-13565).

Does the Arizona Board accept courses from ASWB-approved providers?

Yes.

How many hours can I earn with on-line courses?

You can earn all 30 hours with on-line courses.

Continuing education activities should relate to your scope of practice.

Beginning 1/1/18, all licensees must complete a Board -approved tutorial on Board statutes and rules.

Please remember that we have done our best to research your state’s licensing guidelines. Licensing regulations can change frequently including guidelines about how many CEUs you can earn on-line. Most jurisdictions require a certain number of hours in ethics and other areas of practice. The final authority for approving any continuing education activity rests with your state board. Even those states that endorse the ACE program may have exceptions in terms of the courses that they will accept. It is ultimately your responsibility to understand the licensing regulations in your state.

You can review Arizona social work continuing education requirements at http://www.azbbhe.us/

You can also contact the board at:
Board of Behavioral Health Examiners
3443 North Central Avenue #1700
Phoenix, AZ 85012
602-542-1882
information@azbbhe.us

All of our courses are $4 per credit hour.  To get started, you can browse our complete course catalog or use the category links on the right.

CEU?  Contact Hour?  Credit Hour?

Different jurisdictions have different definitions.  For some jurisdictions, the term CEU consists of ten credit hours.  At Free State Social Work, we offer continuing education credit hours and we estimate that each credit hour will require one hour of reading.