In addition to our online course offerings, we invite you to join us at one of our upcoming live interactive online courses. These sessions fall under the 22.5 CE requirement for live sessions, which includes in-person meetings, live webinars and multi-day conferences.

Those seeking CECH's must complete the following:

  • Complete the attendance survey
    • Virtual Events: a link will be posted in the event chat box 
    • In-person Events: a sign-in sheet will be provided at check-in
  • Pass the post-event quiz (link sent via email following the event)
  • Complete the payment for the CECH's (link to online store listing will be sent via email following the event)

For a full listing of events visit the WSU Event Calendar

Upcoming events

The Wayne State University School of Social Work is collaborating on a state-wide effort to support and expand trainings for Michigan's child welfare workforce. Below you will find a list of upcoming trainings included in our series. Learn more

Navigating the Special Education System for Children with Disabilities (1 CECH)
April 27, 2022
12:00 - 1:15 pm EST

Led by WSU School of Social Work Associate Professor, Teaching Karen Weiner, LMSW, ACSW, C-SSWS, this webinar will explore best practices for working with school personnel to ensure that the unique educational needs of children in care are being met in the school setting. Information about school support services will be shared, including an overview of the Special Education and 504 processes. 

School Social Work Course Series (48 total CECH)
May 6 - June 28, 2022, course days vary
5:30 pm- 8:00 pm EST
Synchronously live onine and in-person

The Wayne State University School of Social Work Office of Continuing Education is offering the course requirements for Temporary Approval for Michigan School Social Workers as an 8-week course series starting in May 2022. Participants can take both courses, 1) Social Services in the Schools and 2) Psychosocial Assessment of Children and Youth simultanously to complete the series in 8 weeks and earn 48 CECH or they can select to take only one course at a time and earn 24 CECH. 

Human Trafficking: Myths vs. Reality (1 CECH)
May 13, 2022 from 4 - 5 pm

Attendees will learn how to implement a trauma-informed, rights-based approach to the initial medical evaluation and participate in a discussion with keynote speaker Dena Nazer, M.D., F.A.A.P. on ways in which health professionals may contribute to a multidisciplinary response to human trafficking. Attendees will leave better educated on different aspects of human trafficking and will be able to prevent, identify, and obtain resources for victims. 

Have you missed a live CE event? Visit our WSU Social Work YouTube channel for previous event recordings. For additional questions regarding CE events contact or 313-577-9348.