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Training Announcements

Please contact the Training Institute for registration and payment details.  The cost is $60.00.  

 

Title

Ethical Decisions in Social Work Practice

Audience

Social Workers that need to meet this requirement for license renewal. 

Description

This course is approved for this date by the Kentucky Social Work Board. It is designed to meet the specific 3.0 CE Social Work ethics renewal requirement.  Participants will increase their knowledge of the NASW code of ethics and the Kentucky Code of Ethics; discuss the differences between values, ethics, and the law; practice applying knowledge to "real life" situations; and participate in collegial dialog regarding the application of ethics to our work.  Sessions are accomplished through a combination of didactic presentation, participant discussion, small group work and interaction with case scenarios.   

CEUs

3.0 CEU’s 

Renewal Requirement

The specific 3.0 CE Social Work ethics renewal requirement. 

Dates & Location

 

·     Thursday, July 16th, 2015, from 9am-12pm

o   SCS IT, 11001 Bluegrass Parkway, Suite 200

·     Friday, November 13th, from 9a,-12pm

o   SCS IT, 11001 Bluegrass Parkway, Suite 200

Registration

Please contact the Training Institute for registration and payment details.  The cost is $60.00.  

Contact

Click here to contact the SCS Training Institute if you have any questions. 

Notes

·     If dates, times or locations need to change, registrants will be notified via email.

·     The LMFT board does not approve this training for CEU's to meet their specific ethics requirement.  

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Title

 

Motivational Interviewing – Foundational Principles

Audience

Clinical

Description

This TRAINING IS A FOUR PART TRAINING to be taken in sequence.   Participants must attend ALL FOUR parts to obtain a total of 17.5 CEU’s.  Participants will gain a thorough understanding of how Motivational Interviewing principles and techniques can be applied to any client population to decrease resistance and increase positive life changes.

The course will include experiential "real plays", lectures and videos. Objectives - Participants will:

    Understand the foundational principles of Motivational Interviewing theory and its effectiveness as an evidence based practice

    Enhance understanding of therapeutic roadblocks that increase resistance

    Learn to strategically use active listening and other techniques to enhance motivation for change

CEU’s

CEU's are approved by SW and Psychology.  They are pending with LPC, CADC, LMFT, and Art.

Dates & Locations

The SUMMER training will be at the SCS site at 914 E Broadway, in the first floor conference room.

  • DATES: Intro Part 1 is June 24 (9-5); Part 2 is July 15 (9-12:30); Part 3 is August 5 (9-12:30); and Part 4 is August 26 (9-12:30)
  • CEU's are approved by SW and Psychology.  They are pending with LPC, CADC, LMFT, and Art.

The FALL training will be at the SCS site at 11001 Bluegrass Parkway, Suite 200. 

  • DATES: Intro Part 1 is Sept. 16 (9-5); Part 2 is Oct. 7 (1-4:30pm); Part 3 is Oct. 28 (1-4:30pm); and Part 4 is Nov. 18 (1-4:30pm).
  • CEU's are approved by SW and Psychology.  They are pending with LPC, CADC, LMFT, and Art.

Registration

Please contact the Training Institute for cost, registration and payment details. 

Contact

Click here to contact the SCS Training Institute if you have any questions.

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Title

Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma

Audience

Social Work licensees

Description

Pursuant to legislation passed in the 2010 Kentucky General Assembly, training on the recognition and prevention of Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma (aka – shaken baby syndrome) is mandated for many professionals including licensed social workers.  The training is intended to assist in preventing Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma by providing information on risk factors, diagnostic indicators and strategies for soothing a crying infant.  Additionally, attendees will learn strategies for working with families in various capacities as a tool for the prevention of Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma. This session will allow attendees to be in compliance with the mandated education.

Requirements Met

KRS.335.130 (5)

CEUs

2.0

Training Objectives

After attending this training, participants will be prepared to:

·        identify common risk factors and dynamics leading to Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma;

·        describe diagnostic criteria and physical mechanism of brain injury;

·        describe the outcomes for a child who suffers from Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma;

·        share soothing techniques with families as a tool for preventing Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma; and

·        Identify evidence based models of prevention based on effective strategies for soothing infants.

Dates, Times,

& Locations

Thursday, May 21, 2015                      1:30pm – 3:30pm

             At the SCS IT Facility, 11001 Bluegrass Parkway,     Suite 200

Wednesday, October 14, 2015           1:30pm – 3:30pm

            At the SCS, 914 E Broadway location, in the first floor conference room.

Registration

SCS staff members register on the Training Calendar

CSH staff members and external participants please contact the Training Institute for cost and registration.

Contact

Click here to contact the SCS Training Institute if you have any questions.

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