Intensive course work designed for recent MSW graduates and experienced practitioners taking ASWB Social Work Licensing Examinations
SWES Exam Prep courses are two-day and one-day in-person programs offered on weekends throughout the year.
1st day: 9:00am - 5:00pm.
2nd day: 9:00am - 3:30pm.
Regular breaks are provided throughout the day.
The course focuses on test prep strategies and content review. All major clinical areas are covered with a special emphasis on test-taking skills using sample multiple-choice questions in the style of those found on found on license exams. The course and review books provide extensive practice with multiple-choice questions.
The typical course schedule includes sessions on:
- Test-Taking Skills - participants take a brief test and review questions and strategies for test taking.
- A Review of Human Behavior and Psychopathology
- Work with special populations; the elderly, children and families, addictions
- Clinical Practice with Individuals and Groups - including ethics and laws affecting social workers.
- Lecture programs emphasize a review of major social work content.
- Information-packed sessions focused on passing the licensing exam.
- Comprehensive reviews of social work practice and theory.
- Highly qualified faculty: experienced and knowledgeable lecturers.
- Course content regularly updated to reflect changes in the exam.
- Practice examinations to sharpen test-taking skills by increasing speed and accuracy in answering multiple-choice test questions.
- Convenient weekend sessions.
Every registrant receives the three volume SWES Comprehensive Study Guide. The Guide contains a complete content review and over 1600 sample multiple-choice questions including Five Practice Exams and a bibliography. The Comprehensive Study Guide is also offered as our stand-alone home study program.
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When you register for a lecture you will also receive the Post-Masters Home Study Program--both for only $350.00 plus shipping. You can also order our Online Practice Exams which includes two, timed 170-question exams.