2018 Legislative Agenda


The Legislative Agenda is a broad perspective of our overall goals for the session and what we stand for as an association.


LEAD is planned for January 29-30 in Tallahassee. More details coming soon.

Social Work Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Prospectus
Conference Theme: Social Workers Stand Up

2017-2019 CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Social Work Conference 2018 Call for Proposals
Membership

NASW Florida Chapter

1931 Dellwood Dr.

Tallahassee, FL 32303

Toll-Free:  1-800-352-6279

Local:  (850) 224-2400

Fax:  (850) 561-6279

Website:  www.naswfl.org

E-mail:  info.naswfl@socialworkers.org

General Hours = 25


Ethics: 3 hours required for license renewal


Prevention of Medical Errors: 2 hours required for renewal - Must be taken from a Board approved Medical Errors provider. Approved courses are listed in CEBroker.


Domestic Violence: 2 hours required every 3rd license renewal. These hours are included in the 25 general hours.


Laws and Rules Update: 3 hours required every 3rd license renewal. These hours are required every third biennium and are included in the 25 general hours.


Supervision Update: 4 hours - These hours are required every third biennium and are included in the 25 general hours.  This course is only required for Qualified Supervisors.


Registered Clinical Social Work Intern CE Requirements


There are no requirements that a registered intern must obtain continuing education.  However, registered CSW interns may choose to complete the 8 hour laws and rules course, 3 hour HIV/AIDS and 2 hour domestic violencerequirement for licensure while a registered intern.


Click here for complete information.

ADVANCING THE PROFESSION & PRACTICE OF SOCIAL WORK IN FLORIDA

Join NASW today! 1-800-742-4089

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Resources for help and to volunteer.

The Social Work Awards nomination form is open until December 15.​


The awards are given for:

  • Social Worker of the Year;
  • Social Work Student of the Year;
  • Social Work Educator of the Year;
  • Public Citizen of the Year; and
  • Elected Official of the Year.


Awards are considered at the local unit level, and recipients are honored at their unit’s Social Work Month event in March.  Unit winners are then considered at the state level.   



Social Work Month 17 Theme: Social Workers Stand Up

​​​The Social Work Conference 2018 Call for Proposals is now open for workshop and poster presentations.  Submit your proposal  / poster presentations online by November 30, 2017.


​Areas of Interest:

Emerging Issues in Social Work Practice: Technology; Telehealth; New Practice Modalities; Opiod Crisis; Social Isolation and Loneliness
 
Marginalized Communities: Human Trafficking; LGBTQ; Immigration; Cultural Humility; Social Work Practice in Oppressed Communities; Specific Needs for People of Color

Advanced Practice Areas: Advances in Trauma Care; Supervision Consultation; In-Depth Information on Special Modalities; Infant Mental Health; Mindfullness 

Other: Child Welfare; Aging; Private Practice; Group Work; Case Management, Assessment / Interviewing; Documentation; Advocacy and Self-Care

June 14-16, 2018, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Florida Chapter will bring together more than 600 social workers and related professionals from around the state. The Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with colleagues, meet with our expert presenters, and gain new knowledge and skills.  

As an exhibitor or sponsor, you will have the chance to make connections with attendees who are seeking information about products and services that can help them do their jobs more efficiently. 

Your opportunities await!


Vendors Register online today!!


To join, renew or rejoin your NASW please call  NASW Member Services at 1-800-742-4089, M-F 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or visit membership services online.