Wed, Aug 05|
NASWGA Virtual Licensure Test Prep
NASWGA Licensure Test Prep Program has partnered with the University of Georgia Social Work Program to offer Social Work Licensure Exam Prep for both LMSW and LCSW Exam Candidates.
Time & Location
Aug 05, 2020, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
About the Event
Date: August 5, 2020
Venue: GoTo Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
***Lunch: Lunch on your own
Test prep workshop for both LMSW and LCSW test candidates.
Registration includes Digital Course package and a physical book will be mailed to you.
Facilitator: Dawn Apgar, Ph.D., LSW, ACSW
For 20 years Dawn Apgar has been helping social workers pass the ASWB Licensure Examination! In recent years, she has worked in numerous states to assist with establishing statewide licensure test preparation programs.
Dr. Apgar has researched licensure funded by the American Foundation for Research and Consumer Education in Social Work Regulation and is currently chairperson of her state’s social work licensing board. She is a past President of the New Jersey Chapter of NASW and has been on its National Board of Directors. In 2014, the Chapter presented her with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Apgar has taught in both undergraduate and graduate social work programs and has extensive direct practice, policy, and management experience in the social work field.
No Continued Education Hours will be offered during this event.
If you have questions, call the NASWGA Office at 678-691-2112.
Registration Deadline Date: July 29, 2020, or when Space Limit is Met
Virtual Licensure Preparation Refund Policy: Once you register for a licensure preparation session, NO REFUND WILL BE ISSUED – DESPITE THE CIRCUMSTANCE. This session is a virtual where materials and access to the digital platform work simultaneously with your payment. Meaning you will gain access to the Learning Management System once your registration information is received and verified, and access cannot be rescinded. Because of the registration transaction and quick transfer of the product to the registrant, a process of rapid absorption of both the registration and administrative processing fees occurs, making the payment from the registrant non-refundable.