Course curriculum

  • 1
    Types of Social Work
    • Who Are Social Workers?
    • Copy of Child & Family Social Workers - School Social Workers - Adult Social Workers
    • Medical Social Workers - Psychiatric Social Workers - Community Social Workers
    • ...And All of the Other Areas Where Social Workers Work
  • 2
    Roles in a Social Work Organization
    • Federal & State Government
    • Board of Directors - Executive Management
    • Managers - Supervisors
    • Senior Social Workers - Line Staff - Entry Level Social Workers
    • Final Discussion on Social Work Organizations
  • 3
    Social Workers and Bias
    • What Is Bias and What Does It Have To Do With Social Work?
    • What Is Your Bias? Why Do We Pursue A Career In Social Work?
    • Example 1 - Ethical or Moral Belief System
    • Example 2 - Cultural Background
    • Example 3 - Context In Which One Was Raised - Example 4
    • Be Self Aware
  • 4
    Boundaries
    • Introduction - Rules of Conduct
    • Personal Contact Information - Social Media
    • Confidentiality - Physical Boundaries
    • Sharing Personal Life - School of Thought #1 - School of Thought #2 - Dual Relationships
    • Romantic/Sexual Relationships - Financial Relationships - Cultural Considerations
    • Work Life Balance
  • 5
    Confidentiality
    • Why Do We Need It?
    • Limits to Confidentiality
    • Being Cautious - Some Common Examples
    • Confidentiality Video Clip - BAD EXAMPLE
  • 6
    Minimum Sufficient Level of Care
    • Definition
    • Details of Minimum Sufficient Level of Care
    • Factors to Consider - Conclusion

Instructor(s)

  • Ernesto Bejarano, MSW

    Social Work Practitioner & Technologist

    Ernesto Bejarano, MSW

    Ernesto Bejarano, MSW Social Work Practitioner & Technologist Ernesto is an award winning Social Services practitioner with over 20 years of experience in the field. During these two decades, Ernesto has been fortunate enough to have gained valuable insight in areas that include case management, writing court reports, collection and analysis of data, substance abuse prevention and coalition building, group facilitation, program development, and grant writing. His areas of experience and expertise include Child Welfare, Monitoring and Evaluation, Leadership, and the Integration of Technology and Social Services.

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