ASWBAssociation of Social Work Boards
ASWBAsian Shipping and Work Boat (professional conference)
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Apgar, a consultant and instructor trainer who helps social workers pass licensure exams, offers a study guide for the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) social work bachelors licensure exam.
The NASW and ASWB (2005) standards for practitioners' use of technology state, "Social workers shall be responsible for becoming proficient in the technological skills and tools required for competent and ethical practice and for seeking appropriate training and consultation to stay current with emerging technologies" (p.
The NASW and ASWB (2005) standards on practitioners' use of technology state, "Social workers shall protect client privacy when using technology in their practice and document all services, taking special safeguards to protect client information in the electronic record" (p.
Over 12,000 additional social workers completed other ASWB examinations (associate, bachelor's, master's, or advanced generalist).
The ASWB developed and began administering social work examinations in 1983, and it claims that its tests "continue to be one of the most important assurances that a social worker possesses the competence to practice responsibly" (ASWB, 2007, p.
Apgar, a social worker and trainer for licensing exams, helps social workers prepare for the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Clinical Exam.
To this end, social workers are justified in being duly cautious of adopting online technologies into their practice until newer standards are added to the existing code and until the Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice (NASW & ASWB, 2005) is updated to include a more deliberate outline of known risks, guidelines, and practical suggestions to safeguard and protect both client and clinician.
A recent survey by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), formerly the American Association of State Social Work Boards (AASSWB), found that at least seven states currently require licensure of social work faculty (J.
No group other than the ASWB has promulgated such adoption.
Data provided by Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB, 1999) suggest that roughly 28 states have social work licensure, 16 have certification, and 7 have both.
The National Association of Social Work (NASW) recently joined with the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) in an initiative that recognizes the invaluable role of technology in social work practice and education (Stoesen, 2004).
The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) recently proposed that state legislatures adopt a "Model Social Work Practice Act," which would require that all social workers, not just mental health clinicians, be licensed.