PREPARE FOR SUCCESS! SOCIAL WORK LICENSURE EXAM PREP COURSE: WORKSHOP DETAILS

AGENDA

Day One (9 am to 3:30 pm)

• Overview of Day
• Getting Inside the Exam
• Understanding Yourself as a Test Taker
• Practice Exam Questions
• Test Taking Strategies: An Overview
• More Practice Exam Questions and Discussion

Day Two (9 am to 1 pm)
• Planning Your Exam Preparations
• Steps in the Application/Exam/Licensing Process
• Content Review
• Final Question & Evaluations

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Discuss, describe and analyze components of social work theory that can be tested on the exam;
2. Identify and assess the underlying philosophy and goals of the Association of Social Work Board licensing exams;
3. Demonstrate and utilize critical thinking critical thinking test taking strategies and skills;
4. Discuss and apply approaches to questions about ethical and legal areas;
5. Design and use a personal plan of preparation and study for the exam;
6. Prepare and use content and use of distributed course materials (e.g. workbook, powerpoint, practice exam, hyperlinks to resources); and
7. Create and utilize skills to decrease test taking anxiety.

This program is only one of the following: Intermediate Level

ACCOMMODATIONS

Individuals needing special accommodations, please contact Jean Rowe, LCSW, OSW-C, CJT at examprep@atlantacenterforwellness.com or (404) 702-3038

FOR 2021 WORKSHOPS

Continuing Education Credit is provided by Commonwealth Educational Seminars for the following professions: social workers.

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