About Continuing Education Approved Provider Program
The Chapter's Continuing Education (CE) Approved Provider program is overseen by the Education Committee. These CE titles are not provided by NASWCO directly but are approved to award NASWCO Continuing Education Credits to their participants. Such CE may be utilized for DORA's Continued Professional Development requirements for licensure renewal. Select the provider name to link to their website for more info.
The CE Provider Program was developed to meet the needs
of agencies, hospitals, individuals, and human service associations
wishing to offer quality continuing education to social workers. The
program enables social workers to be confident in the quality of
education programs sponsored by other (non-NASWCO) organizations.
Providers must meet certain criteria in order to award NASWCO Continuing
Education Credits (CECs). The Education Committee reviews and approves
all applications for Provider status.
To apply to be an Approved Provider, see the CE Provider application page.
Approved CE Providers
NASW Social Work Online CE Institute - To find CO Chapter offerings, search for "NASW-CO"
AA Mediation Center - Mediation focused trainings on topics of divorce and parenting.
Arena for Evidence Based Practices - Provides in person and on-line training in addictions treatment for adolescents and emerging adults.
ATDC Conference - Annual conference on practical ways to achieve targets in diabetes care. Conference is hosted by the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes and University of Colorado Senver School of Medicine.
Barbara Davis Center at Univ of Colorado Medical Campus - Provides state-of the-art care to children and adults with type 1 diabetes and teaches patients how to prevent or delay complications.
Behavioral Tech, LLC
Beyond Consequences - Created to provide resources for helping children with severe behaviors.
Beyond Ethics LLC - In this age of increasing litigation, clinicians frequently are drawn into the legal battles of their clients through subpoenas for records, depositions and/or trial testimony. Additionally, clinicians may find themselves treating high-risk clients who present many risks for DORA grievances. Deb is a LCSW with over 30 years clinical experience as well as a lawyer who defends clinicians. Deb’s focus in her seminars is helping therapists practice in a more self-protective manner without losing their own professional and personal values.
BIDC - Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee - Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee is a community of professionals who support families through divorce. We are committed to educating professionals and strengthening our community's resources.
Center for Trauma and Resilience - Provides a Compassion Fatigue Workshop. This 8 hour workshop is for those who bear witness to others' stress and trauma and helps these professionals learn the effects of and wellness strategies to combat Compassion Fatigue.
Coldspring Center for Social and Health Innovation - A Nonprofit organization providing in person and online training for health and human service organizations. Trainings include: Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Informed Excellence, Resilient Staff and Teams, HIV Essentials, and Foundations in Care.
Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council - The Annual Behavioral Health Training Conference.
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless - The mission of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children, and individuals throughout Colorado.
Compassion and Choices - Compassion & Choices is the leading nonprofit organization committed to helping everyone have the best death possible. We offer free consultation, planning resources, referrals and guidance, and across the nation we work to protect and expand options at the end of life.
CSU School of Social Work Ft. Collins - CSU Ft. Collins provides educational opportunities for helping professionals to learn how to improve conflict resolution skills and better assist in conflictual communications.
CSU Extended Studies Pueblo - Pueblo makes available a broad array of credit and non-credit courses, seminars and workshops on practice issues for social workers.
Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy - A comprehensive training center that offers both in-hour and on-site trainings to those interested in learning Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT).
JACconsultingsvcs - Provides professional development courses to enhance human service professional work motivation and provide relevant tools to utilize in everyday practice settings.
Institute for Life & Care - a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening those who serve others.
Life Quality Institute - Education and training for healthcare and human service providers on topics related to palliative care.
Metropolitan State University, Department of Social Work -
Mindfulness Based Interventions, LLC - This is an 8 week evidence based training in mindfulness and meditation to reduce stress, decrease burnout and support the effectiveness of social workers.
- Since 1979, PESI Inc., has provided cutting edge continuing education to professionals across the nation. We work alongside the world’s leading experts to create seminars, conferences, videos and books that meet the needs of adult learners. All of our continuing education seminars and products assure that professionals can meet the changing demands of their work by providing practical strategies, methods and interventions they can use immediately
The Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (Institute for Continuing Education) - 2019 Conference - Brain to Brain: Body to Body: The Relational Nature of Shame
Trauma Recovery Yoga
University of Colorado - Colorado Springs: Social Work Program
University of Denver GSSW - Continuing professional development opportunities for human service professionals seeking to strengthen and enhance their professional knowledge and skills.
ViCare Solutions -
Vital Hearts - Leads training for professional care-providers on the topic of secondary trauma and compassion fatigue. Our program, the Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training, revitalizes care-providers, and not uncommonly we are told we have saved social workers' careers.