Online CE Survey - September 2017

One of the purposes of NASW-DE is to provide members opportunities that enable the expansion of practice expertise through workshops, seminars and conferences. Today more than ever social workers in Delaware are challenged by serious problems impacting individuals, families and communities, including, but not limited to, trauma, gun violence, suicide, opioid addiction.

However, to make the most of NASW-DE’s ability to offer relevant and useful learning opportunities, we need to know the topics that match your training needs. Please, please take a few minutes to respond to this questionnaire.

Your input is also needed on another matter. The Board of Clinical Social Work Examiners has requested NASW-DE’s assistance in obtaining members’ opinions regarding categories of continuing education credits and numerical requirements for each


Please contact the NASW-DE office at 302.288-0931 if you have any questions.

Thank you.

Continuing Education Workshops

Cultural Competence
Suicide Prevention
The science of trauma
Integrating the science of trauma in social work practice
The science of addiction
Integrating the sciene of addiction in social work practice
Alternative practice paradigms, e.g., Africentric perspective
Political advocacy (macro)
Practice with communities (macro)
Policy analysis and implementation (macro)
Motivational Interviewing
Integrated practice
Preventative Practice
Integrating Psychopharmacology in social work practice with adults
Integrating Psychopharmacology in social work practice with children
Social work practice with LGBTQI persons
Social work practice, specifically with transgender and gender non-conforming communities
Practice with individuals reentering community following incarcerations
Social work practice with children with serious behavioral problems
New Castle County
Kent County
Sussex County
Not necessarily true
Not necessarily true
Not necessarily true

Continuing Education Credits

I agree with the following continuing education credit requirements per two year cycle for the Baccalaureate, Masters and Licensed Clinical Social Worker categories of practice:

25 hours per two year cycle
20 hours per two year cycle
35 hours per two year cycle
30 hours per two year cycle
45 hours per two year cycle
40 hours per two year cycle
Self-directed (e.g., teaching, research, preparation and/or presentation of professional papers and articles).
Face- to-face (workshop or conference participants in present in teaching environment (e.g., classroom)
Virtual on-line (synchronous instruction, which means that the instructor and workshop participant are logged into the virtual learning environment at the same time).
Online (all training is online; no face to face interaction with instructor).
A combination of the above selection