Advanced Ethics for Social Workers offered Feb. 3
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside presents the continuing education workshop "Advanced Ethics and Boundaries for Social Workers" Friday, Feb. 3. Featuring UW-Milwaukee' s Jeanne Wagner, this half-day workshop begins at 8 a.m. at the UW-Parkside Student Center. Continuing education credits are available for this workshop.
For human service professionals, ethics and boundaries can be confusing. During this program, ethical decision-making is addressed using case examples and best practices to identify complicated scenarios within human service organizations. This interactive program allows participants to share the challenging ethical issues they encounter and get answers to their toughest questions.
Professor Wagner is director of Field Education Programs at UW-Milwaukee's Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. Currently, she teaches courses on child welfare in addition to developing and presenting continuing education programs on social work ethics and boundaries, management and supervision, and field safety. A licensed clinical social worker, she has extensive clinical and administrative experience in child welfare, adoption, mental health, developmental disabilities, geriatrics, and AODA.
Human service providers, supervisors, and administrators who are new to the field or who are seasoned professionals will find this workshop valuable.Cost of the workshop is $60. To enroll, visit www.uwp.edu keyword: continuing education or call 262-595-3340.