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Professional Certification in the Fundamentals of Neurodiversity

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Florida State University offers an online curriculum for a Professional Certification in The Fundamentals of Neurodiversity.

The curriculum was developed by the Clearinghouse on Trauma & Resilience within the Institute for Family Violence Studies in the College of Social Work. This course provides a rigorous curriculum to inform multidisciplinary professionals and policymakers about individual and systemic factors impacting resilience and well-being through the lens of Neurodiversity.

This course provides a comprehensive foundation of knowledge of neurodiversity and practical approaches to supporting neurodivergent individuals of all ages. It builds participants’ knowledge and skills to be able to understand the needs of neurodivergent people and adapt crucial processes and systems for them to thrive.

This online, self-paced curriculum includes ten hours of course content and five chapters of evidence-based readings, case scenarios, multimedia materials, assignments, and quizzes.

For a more detailed course description, please visit our website's professional development course page here:

Professional Certification in The Fundamentals of Neurodiversity

 

Discounts

To obtain Discount Codes, please contact IFVS at IFVS-Pathways@fsu.edu.

Discount codes MUST be entered in the Promo Code field during the registration process and cannot be applied after the registration is submitted. Before submitting your registration, please verify that your due total reflects your discount.

We currently offer discounts to the following populations:

  • All active/inactive U.S. Military – 10%
  • FSU Alumni – 10%
  • FSU Students – 10% 
  • FSU Faculty & Staff – 10%
  • Group Discounts also Available

*Discounts are not cumulative. Only one discount can be used per student. Visit the website for full details on how to qualify.

 

Continuing Education Units

Big Bend AHEC CEU Information:

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) programs are planned in accordance with meeting the criteria set forth and approved for licensure renewal as outlined in the Florida Statutes and by Chapter 491 Licensure Board. This workshop is approved for and offers 10 contact hours for Social Work.

Florida Board of Nursing

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) programs are planned in accordance with meeting the criteria set forth and approved for licensure renewal as outlined in the Florida Statutes and by Chapter 464 Licensure Board. This workshop is approved for and offers 10 contact hours for Nursing.

Florida Board of Respiratory Care

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) programs are planned in accordance with meeting the criteria set forth and approved for licensure renewal as outlined in the Florida Statutes and by Chapter 468 Licensure Board. This workshop is approved for and offers 10 contact hours for Respiratory Therapy.

Florida Board of Dentistry

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) programs are planned in accordance with meeting the criteria set forth and approved for licensure renewal as outlined in the Florida Statutes and by Chapter 466 Licensure Board. This workshop is approved for and offers 10 contact hours for Dentistry.

Participants must report their certificate to their licensure board to receive credit. We do not report to the licensure boards.

Participants outside of Florida must self-report to their own licensing board to determine the credit awarded.

Continuing Legal Education Credits:

Florida Lawyers

Continuing Legal Education credit has been approved as follows: 

  • CLE Credits
    • General: 12
    • Professionalism: 1.0
    • Mental Health & Wellness: 3.5
    • Ethics: 1.0

Florida Bar members can report their CLE credit online through the Member Portal. The course number required to report credits is provided upon successfully completing the training. 

Continuing Judicial Education Credits:

Judges

The Office of the State Courts Administrator of the Florida Supreme Court has approved a total of ten (10) Continuing Judicial Education (CJE) units, of which four (4) are Ethics, to judges and magistrates in Florida.

 

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