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About Spalding

Spalding University combines a rich history, a convenient, urban setting, and a commitment to community service, as we attract students who desire a high quality education in a very personalized setting.

Today this urban, co-educational institution offers more than two dozen degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level, providing quality, real-world learning in liberal and professional studies to over 2500 students.

Spalding offers many amenities including a deep connection to community, comprehensive learning resources, service learning and intercollegiate athletics to help its students further develop as individuals and become successful citizens. Spalding strikes a distinctive balance while serving the educational needs of both the traditional student and the working adult. Students benefit from the personal attention provided by an accomplished full-time faculty and a talented part-time faculty of working professionals and practitioners bringing real world experience to the classroom. Spalding is the institution for most every type of learner, offering a variety of degrees in several multi-faceted delivery systems.



Professional Ethics for Social Workers 8/1/14 3 CEUs

Professional Ethics for Social Workers
3 CEUs. Cost $60—Jenny Dunckley
August 1, 2014 (Friday 9:00am-12:00pm)
This course will:
• Review ethical principles and codes of ethics, inclusive of the Kentucky Code of Ethical Conduct (201 KAR 23:080) as the basis for ethical professional practice
• Fulfill the Kentucky Board of Social Work’s requirement that social workers attend at least three (3) hours of ethics training per renewal period
• Review social work’s mission, purpose of the Code of Ethics, ethical principles and standards, and worker’s responsibilities for core values
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HIV/AIDS Medical and Social Issues 8/1/14

3 CEUs. Cost $60—Shannette Owens

August 1 (Friday 1:00pm-4:00pm)

This course will provide information on the following:

Prevalence, natural history, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of HIV
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