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Training Intervention Strategies

Social Workers

Examples of certification programs for social workers include:
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) offers three credentials and over ten specialty certifications for both Bachelor-level and Master–level Social Workers. These credentials and certifications are used to enhance state licenses, not replace them.
The Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW) is the oldest, most respected, and best recognized social work credential. Created by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) in 1960, it was the first national credential for the social work profession and has become the cornerstone of NASW’s efforts to obtain high-quality social services for the public.
Social Work Career Center is a career website where social workers can search national job listings and find professional development and career resources that span across the duration of a social worker’s professional career.
A Guide to Clinical Social Work Credentials is hosted by Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work and provides academic credentials and licensing requirements for the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland.
School of Social Work – University of Wisconsin-Madison provides a comprehensive guide on certifications and licenses needed in the State of Wisconsin and program available.

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