Nevada CSW Education Requirement: A master’s degree from a college or university currently accredited or a candidate for accreditation by the CSWE
Nevada CSW Exam: Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Clinical Level Examination
Field Requirement: 3,000 post-graduate practice hours, 2,000 of which must be face-to-face direct clinical social work practice using psychotherapeutic methods and techniques, and 1,000 supporting clinical hours in no less than two years and no more than three years in an appropriate clinical practice setting
Nevada ISW Education Requirement: A master’s degree from a college or university currently accredited or a candidate for accreditation by the CSWE
Nevada ISW Exam: Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Advanced Generalist Level Examination
Field Requirement: 3,000 post-graduate practice hours in no less than two years and no more than three, with minimum of one hour per week of face-to-face supervision; field experience must be supervised by a Clinical Social Worker or Independent Social Worker.
In order to become a licensed social work practitioner in Nevada, you will need to complete prerequisite coursework, examination requirements, and, in some cases, supervised work requirements. Also, certain levels of social work in Nevada can only be reached after earning a Master of Social Work. We are committed to keeping updated information on Nevada social work licensure policies available to you.
Disclaimer: There may be additional methods of certification that have not been covered here. Please contact your state social work licensing department for more information.
Disclaimer: Social Worker Salary information is taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Information about social worker salaries in Louisiana is subject to change. Please confirm salary information with your state before applying for licensure or renewal. Last updated: 8/22/2018.
Description: In exchange for loan repayment funds, each candidate agrees to serve in their assigned community for a contractually specified period of time. Typically the length of time equals two years of full-time service.