What is the NASW Georgia Chapter Clinical Supervision Certificate Program?
The National Association of Social Worker's Georgia Chapter (NASWGA) Clinical Supervision Certificate Program (the Program) provides training to help ensure competency-based supervision and practical tools for increasing effectiveness in clinical social work supervision. The Program identifies those social workers who have successfully obtained competency in the subject area and who meet the supervision requirements set out in the regulations of the Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Professional and Marriage and Family Therapists (the Licensing Board). Similarly, to serve in this capacity in other states, one must meet their relevant state rules. Although successful completion of the Program indicates mastery of the subject matter, it is not a requirement to perform clinical supervision in Georgia, and the Program is not mandated by the Licensing Board.
Earn your NASWGA Clinical Supervision Certificate.
Gain 20 Continuing Education Hours and network with other Clinical Supervisors! Upon completion of the workshop, attendees may choose to sit for an examination of the materials presented. Successful exam takers are awarded a Certificate in Clinical Supervision. This certificate indicates mastery of the materials covered, but is not a requirement to perform clinical supervision in Georgia. This training is intended for established masters level and above Social Work clinicians. The clinician must be fully licensed or certified, be in good standing with the Licensing Board in their respectie states, and currently providing clinical supervision or plan to be supervising in the near future.
NASWGA Clinical Supervision Certificate Training will be offered in August, 2020. Registration information will be forthcoming.