No matter how passionate a student is about the academic process, most wish to combine theoretical knowledge with practical tools that will help them navigate their future lives. Here are 3 skills that practicing social workers wish they had learned (or learned more about) during their academic career.
No matter how passionate a student is about the academic process, most wish to combine theoretical knowledge with practical tools that will help them navigate their future lives. Here are 3 skills that practicing counselors wish they had learned (or learned more about) during their academic career.
This week improvements include: Improved Student User Experience, Removing Supervisors, Program Administrators can Delegate Site Placement Tasks, and Assignments: Section Number Add to Class Drop-Down.
One of the best ways to innovate and enhance your program’s reputation, and add value to your student experience, is to use the latest digital tools without breaking the bank.
This week, User Experience changes to Group Type fields and improved design for Mobile Timesheets 'incomplete records.' Also two new reports and improved display for the Group Analysis 605 report.
How your students perform at their field placements reflects on your program, making it a key investment not just from a relationship-building view but also from a competitive one. Luckily, there are a few simple ways that you can make field placements easier
This week, changes to report numbers, a new report (801 Student & Supervisor Qualifications Report), and changes to the Student Payment Page with Refund Language.
Student’s track progress charts for timesheets have a new look! We’ve updated these charts to more clearly display the student’s current hours for each activity on the bar graph.
You’ve already become CACREP accredited - congratulations! We know how much work it takes. Now, how do you keep it going? Here's 3 things you need to know (and an easy way to do it)!
Dr. Lori Soli of The Chicago School wanted an integrated, intuitive software solution that would help her achieve and maintain CACREP accreditation. With more than 4,300 students across six campuses and online, Dr. Soli had no shortage of data but no way to easily organize or use it... until Tevera!