Navigating Social Work Ethics: Practice and Technology in the Age of a Pandemic and Beyond
Location: ONLINE - Self-Paced
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1. Participants will understand the NASW Code of Ethics standards related to social work practice and technology.
2. Participants will consider how the use of technology and social media may impact social work practice.
3. Participants will recognize how a health pandemic impacts social work ethics and practice.
4. Participants will gain knowledge to navigate remote social work practice and decrease risk of non-ethical behavior.
5. Participants will identify decision-making frameworks to apply when faced with ethical dilemmas.
**Once you have viewed all of the course content, you must pass a post-test with a score of 80% or higher to receive a social work continuing education certificate. Upon successful completion of the course and post-test, your social work continuing education certificate will be made available to download/print within Blackboard (our online course system).
If you have any questions, please contact our office at 616-331-7180 or email email@example.com.
Please note that you will receive access to the course within 2 hours of completing your registration. Your login instructions and credentials will be emailed to you shortly after registering for the course. This is done manually by one of our team members, but if you need quicker access, please visit: www.gvsu.edu/learn/login
ONLINE - Self-PacedProgram content is online, not-live and is self-paced
Katie Scheuerle received her B.A. in Social Work from Hope College and her MSW degree from GVSU. Katie has worked for the GVSU School of Social Work since 2007 in various capacities. For the past 7 years, she has held the role of BSW Field Education Coordinator and more recently, she also serves as the Social Work Continuing Education Coordinator for GVSU. Katie enjoys mentoring and educating future social workers as well as staying current on important issues in the social work field.
Prior to coming to GVSU, Katie worked at the Children's Advocacy Center in Holland as a forensic interviewer for 7 years and supervised student interns.
Katie is active on the Kent County Pathways to Permanence Committee and the Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative for the State of Michigan.