Having the ability to have a Private Independent Practice with your license

Having the ability to have a private independent

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opportunity to become PIP. Having the ability to have a Private Independent Practice with your license provides endless possibilities. By endless possibilities I’m referring to the ability to have your own business and manage your own practice. Not only will you have the opportunity to become a PIP but you also will have more value to demand more pay. The challenge of protection and licensure is maintaining the continuous education and license renewal. It’s easy to get overwhelm with working and forget to enroll in courses for the continuous education in order to renew the license. The second challenge is reminding yourself to renew the license on time before it expires.
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Reply Quote Email Author Hide 5 replies Message Unread Mark as Unread Message Not Flagged Set Flag 1 month ago Kathyanne Goodridge-Purnell WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER   RE: Discussion 1 - Week 3 COLLAPSE I know of two individuals who did not remain current with licensure expectations, and lost their LCSW. It is important for Social Workers to see the value and benefit of the professional requirements (as Medical students do) in becoming an LCSW/PIP. You are absolutely correct, in that these steps solidify the credential process. Reply Quote Email Author Message Unread Mark as Unread Message Not Flagged Set Flag 1 month ago Kaila Adams RE: Discussion 1 - Week 3 COLLAPSE After receiving your license and having you own private practice, what other education required? You would think that after we become licensed school is out of the picture! But I understand how that can be a challenge enrolling in classes. I remember back in undergrad, I would have to get up at like 6AM just
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so i can remember to register for my classes on time.As far a renewals, that would also be a challenge to remember when it expires After reading the requirements for Alabama, do you believe it is worth it or would stop at just the MSW level? Reply Quote Email Author Hide 3 replies Message Unread Mark as Unread Message Not Flagged Set Flag 1 month ago Genisia Jones RE: Discussion 1 - Week 3 COLLAPSE Here is this state there is a lot of job training course that is offered just depending on your field. I'm a certified phlebotomist and in order to keep my job and my license I had to do on the job modules almost every month. Even as a banker I have a lot of compliance to do every month. So as a social worker I'm sure there will be continued brush up courses offered through community colleges. I know a few professions here that have to continue brush up courses here during off season at community colleges. But yeah I do see it as worth it because I will have a profession is something I enjoy doing! Reply Quote Email Author Hide 1 reply Message Read Mark as Unread Message Not Flagged Set Flag 1 month ago
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Kathyanne Goodridge-Purnell WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER   RE: Discussion 1 - Week 3 COLLAPSE Great! You're used to the process, time and commitment needed to remain current. The process of becoming licensed will not be too overwhelming for you.
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