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Top 4 Reasons to Register Early for NASW-NC Conferences and Workshops

EarlyBirdWormby Hope Venetta, Director of Professional Development

  1. You are assured a seat in your first choice breakout sessions!!
  2. There will be enough time for payment processing, so you can request a check form your agency in plenty of time to secure a spot. This means faster registration lines and no surprises/hassles for you.
  3. No late fees.
  4. No sitting on pins and needles wondering if the wait list will open up.

Please keep in mind that breakout sessions reach capacity in almost all of our conferences, and some conferences/trainings have filled up entirely. We try to make last minute adjustments to accommodate, but this is not always possible. Register early to partake in the quality, cost effective CE opportunities that provide vital and timely topics from expert presenters.

Check out the 2014-15 course offerings

September 29, 2014
Essentials Series: Teletherapy
$109 members/ $149 non members
This presentation will make the social work community aware of the new opportunities electronic-based therapy offers them. Guidelines and regulations, including State laws and Social Work ethics will be discussed. Also learn what modalities are billable to insurance companies, Medicaid and Medicare. Join us at the Brookstown Inn in Winston Salem, NC. Come prepared to learn about this option to diversify your clinical practice.

October 11, 2014
LCSW Exam Prep Session   
$88 members/ $119 non members
NASW-NC offers two LCSW Examination Preparation Courses each year—one in the fall and one in the spring. The course includes a pre-test, study guide, and a day of intensive learning and review, plus time for questions and answers.

November 21-22, 2014
Annual Fall Conference   
$150 member, $95 student/retired/unemployed members
$210 nonmembers (reduced fees for members only)
The Fall Conference is a meeting for the entire profession. Everyone from the social work student to the LCSW in private practice can benefit from the presentation offerings. The Fall Conference is designed to focus on professional development, social worker physical and mental self-care, alternative practices and therapies, as well as issues related to the practice of social work in general. This year’s event will take place at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, NC in the heart of downtown Asheville.

March 6, 2015
Annual Ethics Conference & Awards Banquet
$95 members/ $129 non members
Mark your calendars for this special event! Our Annual Event will be held at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, NC. This conference kicks off our celebration of Social Work Month while awarding excellence in our field and providing Ethics Continuing Education.

April 18, 2015
LCSW Exam Prep Session
$88 members/ $119 non members
NASW-NC offers two LCSW Examination Preparation Courses each year—one in the fall and one in the spring. The course includes a pre-test, study guide, and a day of intensive learning and review, plus time for questions and answers.

May 4-6, 2015
Clinical Social Work Institute
$205 members/ $260 non members
Clinical Institute will be held at the Holiday Inn Wrightsville beach just a short car ride from Historic Downtown Wilmington on the Cape Fear River.   This conference will include workshops for both advanced and beginning clinical social workers and will include opportunities for Ethics Continuing Education. Be sure to take part in this opportunity to earn 20 hours of continuing education while networking and enjoying the beach location.

June 18-20, 2015
Annual Clinical Supervision Certificate Training
$205 members/ $260 non members
Earn your NASW-NC Clinical Supervision Certificate, gain 20 Continuing Education Contact Hours (at least 4 of which are Ethics Hours), and network with other Clinical Supervisors at the RTP Marriott Hotel in Durham, NC. Topics include supervisory styles and techniques, skills to supervise clinical social workers at various stages of clinical development, managing challenging supervisees and situations, evaluating clinician competency, cultural competency, ethics, legal and regulatory issues.


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