The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative was formed to ensure that all continuing education programs offered to Michigan's licensed social workers meet the ongoing; educational, and practice needs, and that all training fulfill the guidelines established in the Social Work Licensing laws.
The Collaborative model serves the social work profession by:
- Providing a way for course sponsors to implement the requirements for continuing education.
- Contributing to the unity of the profession by bringing together major stakeholders in the state.
- Allow for discussion between Social Work Associations and University Schools’ of Social Work to assure provision of current and emerging practices trainings throughout the State of Michigan.
The Collaborative serves as the collective body that evaluates continuing education applications to ensure that the content meets the education requirements as defined in the social work licensure law.
Our group is comprised of members representing academic institutions and social work professional associations.
If your social work association would like to have representation in the Collaborative group please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Michigan Social Workers Continuing Education Collaborative is comprised of members representing academic institutions and social work professional associations.
Michigan Association of Baccalaureate of Social Work
Michigan Association of Black Social Workers
Michigan Association of School Social Workers
Michigan Hospice Social Worker Association
National Association of Social Workers-Michigan
National Rural Social Worker Caucus
Schools of Social Work
Eastern Michigan University
Ferris State University
Grand Valley State University
Michigan State University
University of Michigan
Wayne State University
Western Michigan University
If your Association or University School of Social Work would like to have representation on the Collaborative please contact us at email@example.com
Relationship with NASW
Watch this webinar to learn more about the relationship between the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the NASW.