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Professional development training to advance your social work and human service career

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about how our programs will help you advance your social work or human services career.

9/15/17
We answer your top training questions.
3/28/17
Most of our training programs provide the CEUs (contact hours) listed on this page. Before you register, please check the CEU or Credit section of the description to ensure it provides the CEUs you need.
9/15/17
If you require any supports for your ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) needs, please contact us by email at least three weeks prior to the training event at sw-ce@buffalo.edu.
10/17/17
We can help you obtain or renew your social work license. As of January 1, 2015, continuing education is required in New York to renew your LMSW and LCSW license registration.
9/29/17
There is a high demand for addictions professionals — an inspiring, rewarding and challenging career path — and the UB School of Social Work can help prepare you for that journey as you complete your MSW program.
9/15/17
Our workshops, certificate programs and other course descriptions provide information about the Empirically Supported Treatment (research supported) that the training content includes. Some trainings may focus on a single treatment model. Others may draw upon several models with varying levels of ESTs or reference content based on the best research available at this time.  When there are reputable websites that describe the research or level of EST for the training content, the description of the training will provide a link to that web page. In instances where this is not available or the content includes more than one level of research as described on this page, the describe will reference the level or levels you see below. Our goal is to be transparent in assisting you to make informed decisions as you select training that best meets your needs. For trainings that do not involve treatment content, there may be related research and the training description will reflect the level(s) of this research.