McGregor's Social Work Training CollaborativeThursday, August 17, 2017
Social Work Training Collaborative
The Collaborative seeks to further participants' understanding of the myths and realities of aging, the role of social work in gerontology, health and social policy as they relate to aging, special populations and research issues in gerontology.
Goals & Objectives
Providing a training curriculum which incorporates industry and academic practices
Will prepare participants for opportunities across the continuum of settings for senior services
Will develop and build community training partnerships with local and national colleges and universities, and social welfare and healthcare organizations.
Measurement through pre and post -program competency tools
Brescia University (BSW online program Owenboro, KY)
Cuyahoga Community College
Cleveland State University
Case Western Reserve University
Edinboro University (MSW online porgram Edinboro, PA)
The Ohio State University
Our Lady of the Lake (MSW online program San Antionio, TX)
University of Akron
We believe that this Training Collaborative, under the direction of McGregor's highly-regarded Social Services Director, merits support. This unique opportunity allows McGregor to play a role in promoting extensive and quality field experiences that exposes students to the field of aging, with the potential to connect them with employment other senior-serving agencies. This is an important and critical role for McGregor.
Interested in becoming a partner in the Training Collaborative or as a participant?