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Fall CE Programs 2023

Did you know? ALL 1.5 CEs webinars are FREE for NASW-RI members!Join our membership today

1.5 ces in cross-cultural practice | rhode island’s response to the opioid crisis

thursday, december 7 @ 12:00-2:30pm est| speaker: ryan loiselle, licsw | click here to register

this presentation will give an overview of friends way and a specific population that we are seeing an increase in: deaths due to suicide, overdose and/or addiction related deaths. practical tools and exercises will be discussed, as well as identifying biases and stigmas amongst marginalized populations. free for nasw members / $35 for non-members.

please note: if you are an nasw-ri member and the member fee doesn't appear, please email angie at assoc.naswri@socialworkers.org before registering.

virtual programs & conferences participant expectations

our chapter is committed to providing the best online experience for all program and conference participants. we expect participants: 

  • to be respectful, professional, and collaborative with the presenter(s), staff, and all other participants in the virtual room.
  • to refrain from interrupting a presentation unless asked by the presenter or staff to join conversation or unmute yourself.
  • to refrain from harassing, discriminatory, intimidating, or demeaning behavior and language, in the room or the chat.
  • to not share personal information from another participant during/after the program and without their consent. 

participants who fail to comply with our code of conduct will be removed from the room, and will not receive a refund.     

participation: all participants are muted throughout the full program. add your questions and comments in the chat. if instructed by the presenter or staff, participants can unmute themselves to contribute to a discussion. the last 15 minutes are reserved for a q&a session.

recordings: most programs and conferences are recorded and later posted to the nasw online ce institute. these are available on this site for purchase. participants will be notified in the beginning of the program if it is being recorded. please note, if you're attending a program live, you must stay for the full duration to receive ce credit. recording links will not be shared post-session. 

certificate: all participants must complete a course evaluation form to receive credit. ce certificates will be emailed 1-2 weeks post-webinar. 

social work online ce institute

nasw offers hundreds of continuing education (ce) courses in a variety of formats—webinars, webcasts, podcasts, presentations, and more. all courses offered through this program are accredited by either the nasw national office or one of nasw chapters and nasw members receive discounted prices.

please note that nasw accreditation does not imply automatic acceptance by all state boards. individuals should check with their licensing board on whether a specific program will be accepted for continuing education purposes.

post-master’s certificate in childhood and adolescent trauma

graduate level degree holders (and above) from social work and other master’s degree disciplines can participate in a workshop series in childhood and adolescent trauma through rhode island college. the series concentrates on trauma-informed assessment, treatment and evaluation models working with these populations while incorporating discussions of the relevance of the nctsn’s twelve core concepts of trauma.

learn more about this ric certificate program


Application Forms

The Rhode Island Social Work Licensing Law requires that all Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (LICSW) receive a total of 30 CE credits per licensing cycle: three (3) of which must be in professional ethics; and three (3) in cross-cultural practice to include the alleviation of oppression.