Current Workshops

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Online Continuing Legal Education Workshops from NACLE

NACLE online workshops, which can be completed at your convenience, are for PEF and M/C attorneys who are interested in earning CLE credits. Hundreds of titles are available for registered participants to choose from. To ensure you see the full list of currently available courses, you may need to clear your cookie/cache history before you click this link: https://www.pswp.info/docs/naclepswpcourses.pdf.

Examples of available courses include: Ethics of Social Media: What Attorneys Need to Know (1.5 CLE Ethics Credits), Bias in the Legal Profession (1 CLE Diversity Credit), and Navigating Elder Law: Understanding Medicaid Eligibility (2 CLE General Credits). Affidavits are made available directly from NACLE upon request for credit and completion of the course. Upon completion of enrollment, participants will be provided with an instructional document and an email including course instructions and account details.

Date(s): January 1 - December 31

Time(s): Anytime

Location: Online

Provider: National Academy of Continuing Legal Education

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Knowledge Transfer (Online)

This course provides a general overview of knowledge transfer and management. Knowledge Management is a systematic method for finding, understanding, and using knowledge to achieve organizational objectives and improve agency and employee performance.

Time(s): Anytime

Location: Online

Provider: University at Albany, Professional Development Program

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Professional Writing Mechanics (Online)

This course starts with the basics: parts of speech and parts of a sentence. In this online course, you will learn to recognize common grammatical errors, use standard punctuation, and proofread your work.

Time(s): Anytime

Location: Online

Provider: University at Albany, Professional Development Program

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Project Management for IT Professionals (w/PDUs) - Virtual

This four session (3-hours 45 minutes per session) virtual workshop will utilize the Project Management Institute (PMI) framework to develop and formalize basic project management skills in leaders on IT project teams who may already be managing projects. Topics include an overview of the PMI Project Management Lifecycle, Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC), PM roles and responsibilities, overview of project schedules including estimating techniques, dependencies and critical path, establishing project baselines, project status reporting and project closure. Optional assignment may be given between to enhance learning. Upon completion of this workshop 14 Professional Development Units (PDU) will be awarded.

Date(s): February 21 - February 24

Time(s): 9:00 AM - 12:45 PM

Location: Virtual

Provider: Verhoef Training, Inc.

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Professional Writing: Composition - Virtual

This two-session (each 3 hours in length) virtual workshop provides an overview of essential writing skills that include developing and organizing ideas, choosing a focus for writing, and using appropriate language for the audience. Participants will focus on writing skills within the context of the larger writing process, approaching a writing task from pre-writing through revisions. Writing tone, style, and technique will also be addressed.

Date(s): February 22 - February 23

Time(s): 1:00 PM - 4:00 AM

Location: Virtual

Provider: Capital Region Language Center, LLC

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Legalized Marijuana in New York: What Healthcare and Counseling Professionals Need to Know - Virtual

This workshop introduces the impact of legalized marijuana on counseling and healthcare practice in New York. Topics to be addressed include an overview of cannabis regulation in New York State under the Marihuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA), including the intersection between state and federal law; an overview of the evidence base for the risks, benefits, side effects, and drug interactions in marijuana use, particularly for those with substance use disorders; and ethical and legal considerations.

Date(s): February 27 - February 28

Time(s): 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Location: Virtual

Provider: Org-Ology

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Professional Writing: Composition - Virtual

This two-session (each 3 hours in length) virtual workshop provides an overview of essential writing skills that include developing and organizing ideas, choosing a focus for writing, and using appropriate language for the audience. Participants will focus on writing skills within the context of the larger writing process, approaching a writing task from pre-writing through revisions. Writing tone, style, and technique will also be addressed.

Date(s): February 28 - March 2

Time(s): 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Virtual

Provider: Capital Region Language Center, LLC

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Adaptive Clinical Interventions for Neurodivergent Service Users (with CE hours) - Virtual

Neurodivergent profiles are the subject of an increasing body of research but most therapy modalities continue to focus on behavioral and compliance-based interventions. This workshop will help participants define key terminology related to the neurodiversity paradigm, identify alternatives to behavioral and compliance-based interventions, implement strategies adapted from evidence-based practices, and develop neurodiversity-affirming goals eliminating deficit-based, ableist language. (4 approved Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Master Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Psychologist continuing education hours)

Date(s): March 3 - March 3

Time(s): 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location: Virtual

Provider: University at Albany, School of Social Welfare

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Professional Writing: Composition for Non-Native English Speakers - Virtual

This two-session (each 3 hours in length) virtual workshop provides participants with an overview of essential writing skills that include developing and organizing ideas, choosing a focus for writing, and using appropriate language for the audience. Participants will focus on writing skills within the context of the larger writing process, approaching a writing task from pre-writing through revisions. Writing tone, style, and technique will also be addressed and the barriers to clear writing in the English language by non-native English speakers.

Date(s): March 28 - March 30

Time(s): 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Virtual

Provider: Capital Region Language Center, LLC

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Capital District Classroom Workshops

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Central Classroom Workshops

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Long Island Classroom Workshops

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Mid/Lower Hudson Classroom Workshops

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New York City Classroom Workshops

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Northern Classroom Workshops

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Western Classroom Workshops

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