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  • Professional Education Program
    Continuing Education for Social Workers

    A Division of the Office of Field and Professional Education

    All workshops located on the Monmouth University campus:

    400 Cedar Avenue
    West Long Branch, NJ 07764

    View our Campus Map and Directions to the University.


    ATTENTION SOCIAL WORK ALUMNI:

    All Monmouth University School of Social Work Alumni will receive a 20% discount for each workshop registration.

    ATTENTION ALL REGISTRANTS:

    Register for 5 or more workshops at one time and you will receive a 10% discount off the total price based on standard registration fees.

    Please Note: These discounts cannot be combined.



    To subscribe to be mailed the print brochure, please send an e-mail to: swfield@monmouth.edu


    Programs for Fall 2016

    All Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are non-clinical unless otherwise specified.

    competence   ethics

    Look for Cultural Competence and Ethics tags to find workshops that meet special license renewal requirements.

  • 1  Supervision in Field Instruction (SIFI) -  First Workshop of Series: Friday, October 14, 2016


  • Supervision in Field Instruction (SIFI)

    First Workshop of Series: Friday, October 14, 2016

    Rebecca Stafford Student Center, Room 202A

    9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

    $349

    This workshop is FREE for all current Monmouth University Social Work Field Supervisors.

    MU Field Supervisor Registration Form


    7 Great Sessions!

    Fridays:
    October 14, November 11, December 12, 2016, January 20 and February 17, 2017 (Final 2 Dates To Be Determined)

    Cost: $349 (Light Breakfast & Free Parking)

    17.5 CEUs (13.5 Clinical/4 Non-Clinical)

    17.5 CEUs (13.5 Clinical/4 Non-Clinical)  CEUs

    This 7 session workshop series provides participants an opportunity to explore with colleagues the rewards and challenges of providing field instruction experiences for social work students. The sessions will be conducted utilizing a seminar format. Didactic material will be presented but the majority of each session will be spent exploring topics through the presentation of case situations and participants’ discussions.

    TOPICS INCLUDE:

    • Competencies for Monmouth Social Work Students
    • Administrative and Educational Supervision
    • Supportive Supervision – Development of Shared Meaning
    • Stages of Effective Field Supervision
    • Power and Discipline
    • Evaluation in Supervision
    • Cross Cultural Supervision


    Elena Mazza, PhD, LCSW,  Associate Professor and BSW Program Director of the Monmouth University School of Social Work