MN - Advanced Supervision (Part of Spring 2024 Supervisor Certification Series)
Start, grow, or strengthen your supervision practice! (15 CEUs)
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Part of the Spring 2024 Social Work Supervisor Certification Series
3-part training takes place 10 a.m.-4 p.m. CST via Zoom on the following days:
-Friday, April 26, 2024
- Friday, May 3, 2024
- Friday, May 10, 2024
Includes 2 ethics OR 4 clinical (in area of social work values, principles, etc.); and 2 cultural responsiveness for MN licensees.
Please check with the regulatory board(s) in the state(s) where you are licensed to confirm your continuing education requirements.
Instruction by Dr. Karen Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW, NASW-MN Executive Director
About NASW-MN's Supervisor Certification Series
Start, grow, or strengthen your supervision practice!
We are excited to bring you a series that will give you the skills and knowledge for being a supervisor in an ever-changing world. Whether you’re new to supervision or close to retirement, join us for an interactive, hands-on learning experience.
Built by social workers, for social workers!
We feature tons of fresh content and fresh perspectives, created and facilitated by skilled social workers with decades of supervision experience.
Get certified with NASW-MN!
The Supervisor Certification Series is made up of two trainings (15 CEUs each): “Essentials of Supervision” and “Advanced Supervision”. Complete the full series to get the 30 hours of supervision training needed to provide social work licensure supervision in Minnesota – AND become a NASW-MN Certified Supervisor!** You can register for one or both trainings. Register for each training separately.
Yes, this is for ALL social work supervisors! If you’re:
…you’re sure to learn new skills that will enhance your practice now and into the future!
- Supervising in an organization or providing outside licensure supervision
- Supervising interns, new or seasoned staff, front-line service providers, or leaders
- In a clinical or macro setting, or somewhere in between
- About to start supervising for the first time, moving into a leadership role, or want to add to your supervision toolkit
What we will cover in "Advanced Supervision"
This training will help you dig deeper into the most pressing issues in our profession and learn how to effectively supervise toward what's ahead. It will cover the following:
What attendees have said about NASW-MN's Supervisor Certification Series
- Inclusive leadership
- Critical conversations regarding race, oppression, and white fragility
- Supervising across difference Supporting equity in organizations
- Organizational dynamics
- Context, structure, and lifecycles of organizations
- Organizational trauma
- Supporting change in our systems
- Supervising non-social workers, middle managers, and leaders
- Effective performance reviews
- Leading trauma-effective organizations
- Trauma-effective supervision
- Organizational assessment tools
- “There was a nice variety of topics, great opportunities for discussion in small groups, and opportunities to have in-depth large group discussions that were meaningful.”
- “The training included new research and new ideas. The way we were broken into groups allowed us to discuss these ideas in order to sort through the information in usable ways. ”
- “I can't believe how fast the 6 weeks went. I'm not one to be engaged in Zoom trainings and I was engaged in the entire class.”
- “There was a wonderful balance on both content and process throughout the training series.”
- “I really loved this conference, very much enjoyed interacting with colleagues, and found all of the presenters to be incredibly knowledgeable. ”
About the Instructor
Dr. Karen E. Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW, has been Executive Director of the National Association of Social Workers - Minnesota Chapter since 2018. She received her BSW from St. Olaf College, MSW from Augsburg University, and PhD in social work from the University of Minnesota. Previously, Dr. KG worked in direct practice, non-profit program management, and has been a consultant in evaluation, data utilization, and strategic planning. She has also served as adjunct faculty in numerous BSW and MSW programs throughout Minnesota. Dr. KG is a skilled supervisor, trainer, and macro practitioner. She has supervised, coached, and trained interns, volunteers, contractors, board members, and staff from various professional backgrounds, and has provided hundreds of hours of training in such areas as supervision, ethics, policy advocacy, leadership, budgeting, evaluation, and research. Dr. KG is passionate about using data and best practices to build a purposeful future, and is currently focusing her research efforts on social work licensure.
You will require access to Zoom and Google Drive for this training.
Please use a personal, non-work email address to ensure timely receipt of your access and materials.
Access and materials will be e-mailed to you a few days before the training begins.
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*NASW-MN is providing 15 CEUs for attending all 3 live days of this training. This training will be recorded. If you need to miss any of the training, you can view the recordings and complete the work you missed for independent learning CEUs. Visit the MN Board of Social Work's website for information on how to track independent learning CEUs for MN licensure. Please check with the regulatory board(s) in the state(s) where you are licensed to confirm your continuing education requirements.
**All training dates will be recorded. If you need to miss any of the training and want to qualify for the certification, you must view the recordings and complete the work you missed, then submit a summary of your learning to the course instructor no later than 2 weeks after the last day of the course. Any work submitted after this time will not count towards the supervisor certification. Social workers need 30 hours of training in supervision content to begin providing licensure supervision in Minnesota; certification is not required. Visit the MN Board of Social Work's website for more details.
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