Social Work Training Certificate
The Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services offers a special program for individuals who have received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology or criminal justice (or related human services major as approved by the social work section of the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services) and are interested in obtaining a social work certification, referred to as the Social Work Training Certificate.
Requirements of the Social Work Training Certificate include successful completion of five courses that pertain to social work, an internship totaling 400 hours (or one year of social work employment), and successful completion of a state and national examination. The Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services has approved the human services courses at St. Norbert College to fulfill the S.W.T.C. requirements. For further information on the S.W.T.C. please visit the Wisconsin DSPS website.