ASWB Test Community Conversations

The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) is holding community conversations about the ASWB tests required for licensure in many states.  As you may recall, this summer, ASWB released data that demonstrated test pass rate disparities among racial groups.

The independent consulting firm the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) will be conducting three types of community conversations: in-person, virtual, and self-paced survey.

It is time to register with HumRRO to participate.

About the community conversations

Each virtual and in-person community conversation is an interactive three-hour session connecting social workers who will share pivotal experiences in their social work journey. Sessions will include up to 32 participants, with small-group breakout sessions led by trained facilitators.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Becoming a social worker
  • Getting a social work education
  • Taking the licensing exam
  • Looking at the future of licensing and the profession

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Register to participate

ASWB requests that you sign up for only one option so that they can hear as many different voices as possible. Three CE credits will be offered to participants.

Sign up for a Virtual Community Conversation:

Unfortunately, none of the in-person events are close to Iowa.