Expert clinicians and trainers are continually recruited to provide current content in both clinical and administrative topics. We seek the best so that we can give the very best back to our community!
Opportunities are available to apply for consideration as a trainer for continuing education workshops and certificate programs. The majority of our training programs are for masters level clinicians. We do offer a select number of programs that target new, middle and/or senior human service managers and administrators.
If you are interested in being considered as a trainer, please email or mail:
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org For questions, call: 716-829-5847
Kathleen T. Heim, LMSW
Director of Continuing Education
UB School of Social Work
Office of Continuing Education
232 Parker Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214-8004
Becoming a great trainer takes passion, experience, expert mentoring, feedback based on evaluations and observations, and on-going learning. For those who are new to training or wanting to develop skills as a trainer, below is a select list of resources that may be of use.
For those who are New York LMSWs, LCSWs, LCSW-Rs, LMHCs, LCATs, or LMFTs, NYSED has a process allowing you to count training for an approved provider as hours needed to renew your license registration. Check the Continuing Education FAQ sections for your license for details on calculating contact hours.
1. For licensed social workers: refer to FAQ 20 & 21.
2. For LMHC, LCAT and LMFT: refer to this page to locate your license section in the left vertical column and locate FAQ 20 & 21 in the applicable continuing education link.