Social Work CEU: Practice with Refugees & Immigrants
• Open to:
- social work undergraduate students (Selected Aspects of Social Work Course SSW:3799)
- graduate students from health, education, law and social work
- practicing social workers and other professionals from the community (CEUs available for a fee)
• This 2-day intensive course allows participants to understand refugee and immigrant needs and strengths on micro, mezzo, and macro levels, with a focus on increasing participants’ competence and skill in practical day-to-day interactions seen in neighborhoods and work places (viz., case management, therapy, hospitals, schools, DHS, juvenile court).
• Practice-specific skills and personal exploration of values, ethics, and goals are key components of the course.
• To earn credit, students will complete assignments in class, actively participate in class, and complete a 5-page reflection paper. (Students need to register for this course.)
To earn CEU credit, social workers must register at [link to come].
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. Course outline available upon request.