Earn your NASW-NC Clinical Supervision Certificate. Gain 20 Continuing Education Contact Hours (4 of which are Ethics Hours), and network with other Clinical Supervisors. Topics include supervisory styles and techniques, skills to supervise clinical social workers at various stages of clinical development, managing challenging supervisees and situations, evaluating clinician competency, cultural competency, ethics, legal and regulatory issues, and much more!
Upon the completion of the workshop, attendees may choose to sit for an examination of the materials presented. Successful exam takers are awarded a Certificate in Clinical Supervision. This certificate indicates mastery of the materials covered, and is not a requirement to perform clinical supervision in North Carolina. This conference is intended for established master’s level and above Social Work clinicians. The clinician must be fully licensed or certified, be in good standing with the licensure and certification board in their respective states, and currently providing clinical supervision or plan to be supervising in the near future.
The license number you provide on the registration form will be verified with your licensing board. As it has been stated, in order to receive a certificate, your license must be in good standing with your state’s licensure board. Once this has been determined you will receive confirmation. If there is a question about the status of your license, our office will give you a call to let you know, and you will receive a full refund of the exam fee only. All attendees are eligible for a certificate of attendance showing 20 hours of instruction (4 are ethics hours).
The required criteria to obtain the NASW-NC Certificate in Clinical Supervision
Be a masters level, fully licensed clinician
Be in good standing with the licensure and certification board in your state
Pass the examination following the conference with a grade of at least 85%
PLEASE NOTE: The NASW-NC Certificate in Clinical Supervision does not supercede the rules and regulations set forth by the North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board, nor any other professional certification and licensure board, surrounding the provision of clinical supervision to social workers and other mental health professionals.