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NASW-NJ Leadership Development Program:
Through a New Lens - Promoting Diversity & Social Justice
The New Jersey Chapter of NASW is creating a Leadership Development Certificate Program, and we want to invite you to join us on this journey. We recognize that all of you are inspirations to your clients, supervisees and colleagues. We want to give you the extra tools you need to be a solid leader. This program is relevant for seasoned social workers who are looking to hone their skills and for emerging social work professionals who are preparing for leadership roles. Two of the initial courses for this program are being offered at the 2014 Annual Conference and more information on the full certificate program will be coming soon!
do not need to register for all courses in this track; they can be
taken in conjunction with any other courses offered at the Annual
S13 (LEAD) Leadership Skills for Social Workers
M17 (LEAD) Institutionalizing Diversity and Social Justice
*TO VIEW LEADERSHIP TRACK WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS, CLICK HERE
Presenter: Christina Car Gigler, LCSW
The always popular Clinical Supervision Course will be offered at this year’s annual conference, so make sure to sign up early! Training topics include: Models of Clinical Supervision, Legal & Regulatory Issues, Supervisory Styles & Techniques, Transference & Counter-Transference, Record Keeping & Documentation, and Diversity & Personality/Behavior Types.
Participants must register for the full conference and attend ALL sessions of this course. Please note that those in the Clinical Supervision Course will not be able to attend keynote sessions and should not select any additional workshops. To register, only check the Clinical Supervision Box on the registration form. This course will follow the conference workshop schedule:
SUNDAY: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
MONDAY: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM & 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM
TUESDAY: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM & 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM
This course meets the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners’ 20 continuing education credits related to supervision, and also includes 5 Ethics credits and 3 Social and Cultural Competence credits. (C, S/C, E)
Many social workers hold administrative and management positions, while many others aspire to become managers, supervisors, and executive directors. There has been an increasing demand to offer cutting-edge approaches to handling issues inherent to administrative roles, and so we are offering a few workshops that meet that need.
You do not need to register for all courses in this track; they can be taken in conjunction with any other courses offered at the Annual Conference.
S01 (ADMIN) Business Planning for Social Impact
M01 (ADMIN) Preventing Workplace Microaggression:Strategies for Supervisors
M02 (ADMIN) Show Me the Money: Grant Writing for Social Workers
ADM-T01 How to Become an Executive Director
*TO VIEW ADMINISTRATIVE TRACK WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS, CLICK HERE