In a effort to support Social Workers meet these requirements, CASW catalogued some courses to support Social Workers in their effort to provide the best possible care to their clients.
This is CanFASD basic training course is intended for everyone that will come into contact with individuals with FASD (Fetal alcohol Spectrum Disorders) including all sectors of work, families, individuals with FASD, spouses, and the general public.
This free continuing education opportunity aims to connect healthcare providers to expand knowledge and build capacity in the area of Acute and Chronic Pain.
This is available on the CAMH Digital Mental Health Certificate website and is a series of 10 brief free, practical videos to support health care providers who are providing mental health care virtually.
Registration is free for service providers from across Canada who work with Syrian refugees. The Refugee Mental Health Project aims to build settlement, social and health service providers' knowledge and skills regarding refugee mental health and promote inter-sector and inter-professional collaboration.
The Understanding Stigma online course was developed for healthcare professionals and other frontline clinicians; its purpose is to examine stigmatizing attitudes and behaviours through various instructional activities.
SCA™ eLearning is a free, short, (under 60 minutes) online introduction to Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA™), an evidence-based method. Aphasia is a communication impairment that affects a person’s ability to speak, understand speech, read, and write.
NaloxoneCare provides a naloxone training, free nasal naloxone kits to recipients of NIHB and Veterans Health Insurance.
This free self-paced course consists of nine modules and should take between two to three hours to complete. You can download your certificate after completion.
A free online course from AFWI developed to make Brain Story science available to professionals and the public. Brain Story Certification is designed for those seeking a deeper understanding of brain development and its consequences for lifelong health. The course is also designed for professionals seeking certification in a wide range of fields. Click here to learn more.
Online Course and Toolkit: Provide safer, more inclusive care for sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections
Develop an understanding of how the Canadian tax system works. Take this online course to learn about personal income taxes in Canada.
The Government of Canada made changes to federal family laws with most of the changes coming into force on March 1, 2021. this course is free introduction training for professionals on the changes.
Is free online course about narrative therapy and community work. The certification module is paid and costs AUD$77.
The Scientific Planning Committee, comprised of academics and physicians from across Canada, developed the e-learning module content based on key principles of adult learning and collaborative instructional design with the support of an e-learning specialist. The modules are free and asynchronous, and participants can choose which modules they wish to take.
Implementing Virtual Care in Mental Health Settings - available on the CAMH Digital Mental Health Certificate website and is a series of 10 brief, practical videos to support health care providers who are providing mental health care virtually.
Indigenous Canada is a 12-lesson Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) from the Faculty of Native Studies of the University of Alberta that explores the different histories and contemporary perspectives of Indigenous peoples living in Canada.
From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores complex experiences Indigenous peoples face today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations.
Indigenous Canada is for students from faculties outside the Faculty of Native Studies with an interest in acquiring a basic familiarity with Indigenous/non-Indigenous relationships.
The TVIC Curriculum is for professionals seeking to increase their knowledge and skills when working with people in health care and social services in a trauma- and violence-informed way. It also supports leaders in developing policies and protocols to support TVIC practice. Register for the free curriculum here.
Getting Care Right for All Children: Implementing the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children
Ensure that alternative care is a necessary, suitable and positive experience for children, with this free online course.
(This course is not currently running)