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Social Work Licensure Test Review Course (formerly the LSW/LCSW Review Course)
This two-day, four-hour course will help participants develop successful test-taking strategies for correctly answering ASWB examination questions and will review material in each of the content areas on the examination. Includes six-month access to a digital version of the NASW-IL–proprietary manual which includes selected readings and handouts designed to complement the lecture, with information on applying for licensure in Illinois, Nevada and North Dakota.
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