Continuing Education Opportunities
The LSU School of Social Work offers several continuing education opportunities throughout the year. Some upcoming sessions include:
2018 CEU Workshops
LSU Workshop - Opioid Epidemic: Helping Families in Our Communities - October 19, 2018
- Approved 3.0 Clinical Hours LABSWE
- Approved 3.0 Addiction Hours LA-ADRA
- Cost: $25.00
Check out the registration page for information on the event partner, agenda, and times.
Geaux Serve - October 27, 2018
Come join the Faculty and Staff in an event that gives back to a local Agency. LSU School of Social Work will provide t-shirts and lunch for those who join us. Click on the link below to see more about the times, agency, and more details.
Human Trafficking: Awareness, Advocacy, Action - November 15, 2018
This event will offer a speaker that is known for her work internationally. The link below will take you to the events page to learn more about her and the event partner. This workshop will offer:
- Approved 5.0 Clinical Hours LABSWE
2019 CEU Workshops
Parent Teacher Certification Workshops - January 10 & 24 - February 7 & 21, 2019
Quality of Life Lecture Series - Speaker James Carville - April 2, 2019
LSU School of Social Work Annual Conference - located at the Tracy Center - April 4 & 5, 2019
Clinical Workshop Month (Get all your clinical hours - Thursday evenings) - May 9, 16, 23, & 30, 2019
Annual Roadshow - June 2019
New Board Approved Clinical Supervisor Training - Coming in Early 2019
The supervisory relationship in social work is the most powerful vehicle for improving worker skills and for ensuring clients are served effectively and efficiently. The New Board Approved Clinical Supervisor Training workshop is for social workers wanting to expand their knowledge and practice skills to develop and sustain productive and satisfying relationships with supervisees and other colleagues.
Participants will examine traditional and evidence-based models of clinical supervision and apply to current challenges shaping social work practice in diverse settings. Attention is paid to ethical issues that emerge in the supervisory relationship. Multicultural issues and strategies for enhancing cultural competence in the practice of supervision are also addressed.
Movie events are a series of opportunities to earn 3.0 General CEU's. The format will include a brief introduction to the documentary, viewing of the documentary, followed by a topics led group discussion. The summer series will be held in 225 Peabody Hall beginning at 5:30 PM. An assortment of movie treats will be provided but feel free to bring your favorite treats.
Muffins & Movie
- June 1
- June 15
Popcorn & Movie
- June 5
- June 19