Archive for January, 2015


Ethics Do Matter, But Where? (1 credit hour)

Program Summary:  This course examines how social work values and principles relate to workplace practices.  The course examines ethical incongruence in the workplace, including bullying and discourteous conduct toward colleagues.  The course encourages discussion and reflection about our professional conduct and our everyday interactions with colleagues.

This course is recommended for social workers* and is appropriate for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of practice.  This course does not meet the ethics requirement for National Certified Counselors.

*Although the course is written from a social work point of view, the course and discussion would be relevant to many helping professions who share similar values.

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Information and Communication Technologies in Social Work (1 credit hour)

Program Summary:  This course examines the importance of technology for social work practice and the implication for social work ethics.  Using the NASW Code of Ethics, the course examines the impact of information and communication technologies on specific principles of social work ethics.

This course is recommended for social workers and is appropriate for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of practice.  This course does not meet the ethics requirement for National Certified Counselors.   Read the complete description of this course…..


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