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MO 7-12 Ethics in the Age of Technology and Social Media STL (PM Session)
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MO 7-12 Ethics in the Age of Technology and Social Media STL (PM Session) Ethics - 3.0 Hours CEU's. This course meets the Ethics requirement for licensure renewal.

7/12/2019
When: 07/12/2019
1:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Where: Holiday Inn St. Louis SW-Route 66
10709 Watson Rd
St. Louis, Missouri  63127
United States
Contact: NASW-MO Chapter
573-635-6965


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Ethics in the Age of Technology and Social Media

 

Presented by Debbie Emmelkamp, MSW, LCSW

3.0 Clock Hours

This course meets the Ethics requirement for licensure renewal.

 

Technology and social media is here and will be staying in today’s world—personally and professionally.  Social workers have two sets of guidelines in which to assist them in practice, Code of Ethics and NASW Practice Standards.  The NASW Practice Standards & Guidelines provide benchmarks that describe the services that social workers should provide; that employers should support and that consumers should expect.  The Standards/guidelines reflect current and emerging best practice trends and are a critical component of the professional social worker's toolkit.  They are useful for both new and experienced practitioners, and can be effective advocacy tools.  NASW and ASWB have developed a set of standards for social workers to guide them with the use of technology in practice. 

 

Technology is changing the social work practice offering new ways to perform services and obtain information.  The challenges that it brings requires a special set of skills and knowledge to provide the best practice.  This program will assist social workers in applying the new 2017 Code of Ethics and NASW Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice changes for today’s practice. 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the NASW Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice along with the Code of Ethics in practice
  • Develop a strategy for application of the NASW Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice along with the Code of Ethics in practice

Registration 12:30 pm, workshop 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Registration fees-NASW Members $65.00, Other Professional $85.00

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