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Continuing Education


Continuing Professional Education

The Office of Continuing Professional Education at the University of Maryland School of Social Work is dedicated to providing lifelong learning of the highest quality to social workers and human services professionals.  The goal of the program is to expand and strengthen professional knowledge and skills at the post-bachelor's and master's level for improved service to clients, organizations, and communities.

Fall 2014 features lots of new opportunities in Children and Adolescents, Couples and Families, Individuals and Adults, Ethics, and Social Administration and Management!

Download the course catalog!

Register online!

New Course Offerings Available in Calvert County, MD!

DHR Registration Form
Printable Registration Form

Customized Workshops
Let the University of Maryland School of Social Work come to you through customized workshops. The Office of Continuing Professional Education can bring quality, university-sponsored workshops to an agency or a group of agencies in a specific area. Customized workshops provide the opportunity for staff to earn continuing education units and to develop their skill set and knowledge base through training that is relevant to their mission and their clients’ needs.

Please contact us to discuss your workshop needs.

Office of Continuing Professional Education
University of Maryland School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21201–1777
410-706-1839 or 410-706-5004 or 410-706-8325

Certificate Programs
The child and adolescent trauma intervention certificate program encompasses an integrated focus on child development, neurobiology, traumatology, attachment theory, and evidence-based assessment and treatment methods. The array of core concepts is linked to the neuro-narrative model of child and adolescent trauma intervention developed by Dr. Munson. The program prepares clinical social workers and other mental health professionals for work with young people and their caregivers in recovering from adverse life events (ALEs). Theoretical content is enhanced through case discussion and case presentations by Dr. Munson and program participants.  Get more information and Apply Online for this program.

Parking
The UMB Saratoga Street Garage (220 N. Arch Street, Baltimore, MD 21201) located four blocks from the school is available for parking at $5 per day. Upon request, a “parking voucher” will be available the day of the workshop. Directions to this garage will be emailed with your confirmation letter. No credit/refunds are provided after purchase.

If accommodations are needed for disability, please make request two weeks in advance of workshop date.

Refunds and Cancellation Policy

Got a Great Idea for a Workshop You Would Like to Teach?  Submit Your Idea Here.