Wake Forest University’s Department of Counseling provides Site Supervisors with the following online training opportunity. This training can be completed in one hour, and includes 50 minutes of video content and a short multiple choice assessment. The video content is provided in 4 modules and can be completed at your convenience.
Wake Forest University is approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors to provide continuing education credits (NBCC ACEP #4448). Completion of this online training results in a 1-hour continuing education credit. After you complete and submit your quiz, notification will be sent to Pamela Karr in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University. You should receive your certificate of completion from Mrs. Karr within 2 to 3 weeks. If you have a question regarding your CEU, please email Pamela Karr at email@example.com.
These video modules display best in Internet Explorer (Windows) or Safari (Mac). The videos also display well on an iPhone or iPad and you will be automatically prompted to install a free app provided by TechSmith Smart Player. (Note: Firefire is NOT recommended. We apologize for any inconvenience.) The video content has been tested on a variety of devices. If you experience difficulties in viewing the materials, please attempt to access them on another device.
The video player we utilize provides additional functionality, for example some videos contain links to websites on screen which can be clicked on. The page will open in a new window. Closed Captioning is provided for the hearing impaired.
This short assessment consists of 5 multiple choice questions. Your contact information for purposes of processing the CEU will also be collected at this time. This assessment indicates that you have viewed in their entirety the 4 video modules provided above. The assessment is conducted using a “Google Form” and you have the opportunity to immediately reattempt a question you may have missed after briefly reviewing the feedback provided on screen.
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