The Atlanta Center for Wellness is pleased to announce that our program Prepare for Success Licensure Exam Prep Course for Social Workers will be offered virtually via Zoom in May and until further notice!
Why choose Prepare for SUCCESS?
Prepare for SUCCESS! is now offered in a VIRTUAL FORMAT! This course is specifically designed for professional social workers preparing for the national exams developed by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB). These are the exams required for social work licensure.
The Atlanta Center for Wellness has been offering Prepare for Success since 2018 carrying on the legacy of this valuable program which has been in place since 1999. It has helped hundreds of social workers prepare for the exams and enjoys a 90% pass rate on the first exam sitting.
*Class size is limited to ensure individualized attention.
COST: $375 (can be paid by check or credit card upon registration checkout)
Ask us about a discount code for current students or recent graduates.
- 2 days of high-quality instruction
- Prepare for SUCCESS! workbook, including a 170-question practice exam with explanations
- Additional vetted, invaluable handouts/resources
- Private Facebook group for study cohorts
- 90% pass rate on the 1st attempt
- 10 CEs / Credit Hours
It is the participant's responsibility to check with their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for their state.
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