LICENSING TEST PREP
NASW-NYS offers two-day licensing preparation classes for both the New York State LMSW and LCSW exams. Our prep courses will be delivered as live webinars, allowing you to attend from the convenience of your own home! These courses are designed to review content areas of the exam and teach successful test-taking strategies (including dealing with test anxieties).
Our next LMSW/LCSW test prep course is on
Friday, February 28, to Saturday, February 29, 2020
PRESENTED BY: Folusho Otuyelu, PH.D, LCSW
Friday, February 28, 2020 (4PM - 8PM)
Saturday, February 29, 2020 (10AM - 2PM)
NASW-NYS Member Fee: $100
NASW Member (Non-NASW-NYS) Fee: $150
Non-Member Fee: $200
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr. Folusho Otuyelu, PhD, LCSW, is an Assistant Professor at the Touro College School of Social Work and Director of Quality Assurance-Consultant for the Functional Family Therapy program at Children’s Aid Society (CAS). She has over 17 years of experience in direct practice and supervision working with children and families, and has held multiple supervisory level positions in child welfare and children mental health. Dr. Otuyelu is a member of several child welfare and children’s mental health councils in New York City, and continues to work collaboratively with NYC-Administration for Children’s Services towards improving child well-being and staff competencies. In 2014, she received the NASW-NYC Social Work Image Award in Direct Practice.
Social Work Students: $160 Will Get You an NASW Membership AND a Licensing Prep Course!
Join today as a NASW Member and receive HALF OFF the licensing test prep course price for non-members. BSW and MSW Membership Dues are $60/annually and are open to anyone currently enrolled in a CSWE-accredited social work degree program or a program eligible for candidacy. Eligibility for the BSW and/or MSW student membership category is limited to four years for each degree over the lifetime of membership (does not need to be continuous).
The NYS Education Department- Office of the Professions Social Work website outlines the qualifications and the applications for licensure as well as instructions on how to apply for a license in New York. Once you have been have been approved by the state to take the ASWB Social Work Licensing exam, you can register to take the exam with ASWB by visiting https://www.aswb.org/exam-candidates/.