Trainee Information - Social Work
Disciplinary and interdisciplinary training goals are developed individually with each Social Work trainee and are based on:
- The student's respective course curriculum requirements (e.g., field education coursework requirements outlined through her/his respective universities)
- Civitan-Sparks Clinics disciplinary leadership goals which also focus on professional social work practice development to positively address issues impacting individuals with developmental and related disabilities and their families
- Civitan-Sparks Clinics interdisciplinary training goals
- The trainee's personal career and practice interests
The various training goals and methods for assessment and accomplishment of them are incorporated into the trainee's Individual Training Plan (ITP).
Individual schools of social work generally post more information about their respective programs. Our training program emphasizes recruitment of individuals who are affiliated with social work education programs that are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and who, upon completion of the degree program, will be eligible to apply for appropriate licensure. All Social Work trainees, staff and faculty are expected to adhere to the profession's Code of Ethics. While the program emphasizes graduate level training, undergraduate Social Work students may also have opportunities to learn more about family-centered and family-directed practice, consumer empowerment, and other issues of importance to those impacted by developmental disabilities.