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Chapter CE Programs 2022


Webinar: Black Motherhood and the Invisible Burden of Race, Racism, and Implicit Bias, with Jai-Me Potter-Rutledge, BS, MHA, PhDc. 

Date: Thursday, May 26 (12:00 - 1:30pm EST) | 1.5 Cross-Cultural Practice CEs | Click here to register  (registrations closing May 24)

Description: This presentation will take audience members on a journey of Black Motherhood and the role that race, racism, and implicit bias has on that journey. Through vignettes, improv, and interactive exercises participants will actively engage with the material. The presentation is meant to be thought-provoking by allowing time for self-reflection and questions. In addition to the personal journey, participants will discuss relevant scientific research and how this increased knowledge will or has impacted their professional practicer. 



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Virtual Nursing Home Conference 2022: Differences Matter: Equitable Social Work Practice with Older Adults. 

Date: Thursday, June 16 | 5.5 Cross-Cultural Practice CEs | Click here to register 

The NASW-MA Chapter invites you to register for its Annual Nursing Home Conference happening virtually on Thursday, June 16 (8:30am - 3:40pm EST). This year’s conference will provide an opportunity for social workers, especially those working with older adults and in older adult congregate settings, to learn about equitable practices when working with residents, families, and staff regarding differences in culture, race, religion, impairment, LGBTQ+, etc. Conference CEs have been approved by NASW-RIParticipants will learn about: 

  • The experiences and issues residents, families, and staff encounter when working in nursing homes and other older adult congregate settings with respect to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Strategies for effective and appropriate interventions to use to keep providing services and aiding residents in need.
  • General issues about race, culture, impairment, LGBTQ+, religion etc when working with older adults and in older adult congregate care that inform social work practice. 

Online registrations closing on June 14!





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


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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.