Professional Development Courses Survey

March 18, 2003

The Florida Atlantic University School of Social Work offers Professional Development Courses on a periodic basis in response to interests conveyed by members of our community. These courses are intended to provide a service to social workers, family therapists, and mental health professionals who are looking to enhance their knowledge and skills, keep up-to-date with latest information and methods, and network with other colleagues concerned about Professional Development. Our Department of Health provider number for CEU courses is BAP 176. Some of our past offerings have included Competency and Consent, Gay and Lesbian Issues in the Addictions Setting, Proposal Writing, Starting a Non-Profit Organization, Clinicians in Court, and Ethics and End-of-Life Decisions. We can also arrange for in-house workshops for agencies that would like to provide additional training for their staff.

We would appreciate your assistance with the following survey to help us plan future course offerings. Please complete this form and mail or fax it to us. Also, feel free to call or email me directly for further comments or questions.

Dr. Allan Barsky

School of Social Work
Professional Development Courses Survey
1. Which of the following types of Professional Development Courses would you like to see FAU School of Social Work offer? (Circle whichever ones you would be interested in attending)
  Counseling Skills Development
Program Evaluation
Child Abuse / Neglect
Gambling Addictions
Sexual Issues in Couples Therapy
Diversity Issues (specifically: )
Solution-focused Therapy
Negotiating and Advocacy
Dealing with Hostility and Anger
Advanced Program Administration Skills
Eating Disorders
2. What is your preferred timing for courses: (circle one or two choices, as well as the day of the week)
  Morning courses (approximately 9am - noon) - M T W Th Fr
Afternoon courses (approximately 1 pm to 5 pm) - M T W Th Fr
Early evening courses (5 pm to 8 pm) - M T W Th Fr
Late evening courses (7 pm to 10 pm) - M T W Th Fr
All day, weekday (9 am to 5 pm) - M T W Th Fr
Saturday courses
Sunday courses
3. What is your preferred format for courses:
  Short courses on specific topics (2-7 hours)
2 or 3-day, intensive courses (14-21 hours)
Certificate courses (30-45 hours)
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