• December 2014/January 2015
  • Vol. 15, No. 11

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Immigration Law and Enforcement Training

The National Association of Social Workers California Chapter offers an online introductory course on immigration titled Immigration Law and Enforcement: An Overview for Social Workers. This course is designed to aid social work students, faculty, and social work professionals in understanding current U.S. immigration laws; how the enforcement of these laws impacts communities, families, and children; and how immigration issues interact with social work practice. This course features web-based resources including PDF documents, videos, and additional resources. This online course offers approved Continuing Education (CE) credit and is provided at no cost to interested individuals.

For more information, or to access the course outline, and to register for Immigration Law and Enforcement: An Overview for Social Workers, visit the National Association of Social Workers California Chapter website at http://naswcalifornianews.org/tag/immigration-law-and-enforcement-an-overview-for-social-workers/.

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