Why Continue Education?
Continuing education is part of life-long learning in many professions. It is especially important for those of us in the health and human services sector because of the tremendous responsibility we have to our clients. This responsibility means being competent in the areas that we practice and the need to provide the latest approaches in treatment and care.
At the School of Social Work, University of Nevada, Reno, we take the responsibility of providing opportunities for members of the helping professions to continue their pursuit of new knowledge.
Presenting the School of Social Work Continuing Education Series
Note: The SSW CEU Series has completed for spring 2017. We have no courses scheduled for summer. We will post a new schedule for fall courses in June.
The mission of the UNR School of Social Work is to prepare effective, ethical social work leaders and practitioners who-with a deep and abiding respect for cultural diversity and human strengths-challenge injustice and promote a more humane world through the development and delivery of evidenced-informed practices, policies, and programs. Our mission is achieved through education, research, and public service endeavors that reflect the unique mixture of urban, rural, and frontier characteristics of Nevada in the context of a globalized society. To this end, we present the SSW CEU Series, drawing upon the expertise of our faculty and community leaders.
3 social work CEU credits
Time: Registration/networking, 8:30-9:00 a.m.
Program: 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.