The Board of Directors and staff of NCFADS are pleased to offer the 2021 Summer School in a totally virtual format. Participants will be able to earn up to 33 hours, dependent upon attendance. The sessions will include many of the required types of content for credentialing, such as HIV, ethics, clinical supervision, and five of the seven subspecialty credits that NCASPPB requires. We will offer our usual types of professional credits as well. And, participants will be able to register for the entire School, Monday-Wednesday only, or single day registration!
Summer School utilizes a conference platform that allows attendees to connect with presenters, network with other participants, participate in interactive polling that provides real time results, and watch each presentation live.
The School opens Monday, July 26th at 8:30 am. and concludes Thursday, July 29th at 3:45 p.m.
All sessions are consecutive, following one after the other, with breaks provided.
Clinical supervision registrants must attend all three sessions for credit to be awarded.