CEU Registration: Navigating Behavioral Health Complexities in Midwest Hispanic & Latinx* Communities Conference
Join us to learn about addressing behavioral health needs of our local Hispanic & Latinx community in a culturally responsive manner.
Time & Location
May 06, 2022, 5:00 PM CDT – May 10, 2022, 4:30 PM CDT
Embassy Suites by Hilton- Minneapolis, 7901 34th Ave S, Bloomington, MN 55425, USA
About the event
Thank you for attending this conference. Please utilize the tickets to purchase the appropriate CEU package.
2-day 12 CEUs MN Social Work - for those who attended both days and want MN Board of Social Work approved CEUs.
Single Day CEU MN Social Work - for those who attended one of the two days and want MN Board of Social Work approved CEUs.
CE Package for other licensure - all other licensures (aside for social workers in MN) can purchase this package with the information needed for your board to get credit for attending our 2 day conference.
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2-day 12 CEUs MN Social Work
For attending the full 2-day Conference, you will receive a certificate for 12 CEUs. El Consorcio is an approved continuing education provider with the Minnesota Board of Social Worker approved (CEP-2224).$60.00+$1.50 service fee
Single Day CEU MN Social Work
El Consorcio is an approved continuing education provider with the Minnesota Board of Social Worker approved (CEP-2224). If you only attend Day 1, you will receive 6.5 CEUs. If you only attend Day 2, you will receive 5.5 CEUs.$30.00+$0.75 service fee
CE Package for other licensure
This will include a certificate of attendance, PDFs of presenters' slides which include objectives and knowledge to be gained, and a copy of the evaluation forms for the conference$30.00+$0.75 service fee
We recognize the complexities associated with gender and ethnic identification. With the intention of both facilitating a fluent reading of the text and supporting an inclusive and respectful language, this document uses terms that are linguistically neutral and inclusive of diverse gender groups and identities. In this document, we also use the term Latinx to encompass ethnic identity as well as non-binary gender identification.