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Leadership in Social Work

Friday, Feb. 19th, 9-11am

91-1841 Fort Weaver Road

Ewa Beach, HI


This interactive workshop will lead participants through a variety of exercises that will help them identify and actualize their leadership vision. Throughout the workshop, participants’ will learn about the transformational leadership model and develop strategies for integrating the characteristics in practice.

Intended Audience
This two-hour workshop is intended for social workers, and other professionals in health and human service, interested in the development of leadership skills.


At the conclusion, participants will be able to:

  • Define leadership;
  • Describe leadership and communication styles; &
  • Develop a leadership plan.



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Technology and Ethics in Social Work Practice

February 22, 2016 - Kauai Event

Kauai Community College HLTSCI Annex, 3-1901 Kaumualii Highway

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March 5, 2016 - Oahu Event

103 Gartley Hall, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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March 7, 2016 - Hilo Event

University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo

College of Continuing Education & Community Service

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During this live face-to-face three-hour workshop, participants will apply the NASW Code of Ethics to practice situations and discuss implications that technology has on practice. The workshop will review NASW & ASWB’s Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice as well as ASWB’s Model Regulatory Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice. Additionally, time will be spent discussing risk management strategies.

For social workers licensed in Hawaii, this workshop has been designed to meet the ethics requirement.


This CE is offered as face-to-face 3-hour workshop held in person at a variety of locations.

Intended Audience
Designed for social workers at all levels of experience and license, in both direct and macro/mezzo practice settings who are interested in the discussion of how ethics and technology intersect.

At the conclusion, participants will be able to:

  • Apply the NASW Code of Ethics to a practice situation;
  • Describe an ethical decision-making framework; &
  • Summarize standards for technology and social work practice.



Myron B. Thompson Continuing Education & Professional Development