Earn 4 Continuing Education Hours
We have two Advanced Ethics & Boundaries workshops scheduled thus far for 2014. These workshops are available in either webinar or face to face formats. With highly regarded presenters and challenging topics these are ethics workshops that will meet your needs and that will satisfy far more than a licensing requirement.
Ethics and Boundaries in a World of Technology
- A Webinar presented by Jeanne Wagner, LCSW
- March 6 & March 13. 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
- Registration Deadline is February 25, 2014
Participants will gain an enhanced awareness of the complicated nature of technology and social media as it interfaces with the provision of services within human service organizations. Participants will learn techniques for ethical decision making in situations where technology or social media is utilized. This program is designed to be interactive as participants share challenging ethical issues encountered in their practice. Internet-based services including counseling, education, therapy groups and other social services utilizing technology will be addressed. The establishment of professional boundaries while using social media and providing services in a virtual world will be discussed. The content will also cover the use and cautions when developing an agency website, and in the use of online investigation resources. HIPPA and confidentiality will be addressed in the context of using technology in practice. Participants will also learn about the importance of using the NASW Ethics audit in programs that cover both client services and personnel management.
Professional Ethics and Technology
- An on-site workshop presented by Nicholas Smiar, ACSW, CISW, Ph.D.
- Held at the Great Wolf Lounge in the Wisconsin Dells
- June 20, 2014 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
- Pre-registration Deadline is June 15 or register on site
The workshop explores the roles and functions of personal values and religious/spiritual beliefs in three dimensions of ethical practice: responsibilities to the client, to the practice setting, and of the professional by using scenarios from practice and a model for ethical problem solving, seeking a balance among respect for diversity, personal freedom and professional autonomy, and the duty to care. Participants are encouraged to bring their own examples of ethical dilemmas in practice, related to religion and spirituality and to engage in critical thinking and problem solving in a very controversial area of social work practice.
- Members – $85
- Student, Retired and Unemployed Members – $65 Please note this pricing applies to Members Only
- Non-Members – $115
For more information call NASWWItoll-free at 866-462-7994 or 608-257-6334 or email us at email@example.com
NASW WI Cancellation ans Refunds Policy
If you need to cancel your registration refunds, less a $25.00 cancellation fee and any online registration and credit cards fees that NASW WI has paid, are available until seven days before the workshop date. After this date, no refunds will be processed. No-shows forfeit their payment. You may transfer your registration to attend this workshop at a different date without penalty provided you inform us at the email address above at least 24 hours before the workshop.