Test Preparation with the NASW-Nevada Chapter
The NASW-Nevada Chapter LSW/LCSW Review Course is a unique course which will cover the format and structure of
the LSW/LCSW examination as well as the most current content areas as
determined by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) for
licensure. Practice questions will be reviewed to illustrate test-taking
strategies and reinforce content material.
Live Virtual Training:
This two-day, four-hour course or one-day 8 hour course includes three-month access to a digital
version of the NASW-NV–proprietary manual which includes selected
readings and handouts designed to complement the lecture.
Live In-Person Training
(currently canceled until further notice): This one-day, eight-hour
course includes a printed NASW-NV–proprietary manual (includes selected
readings) and a packet of handouts designed to complement the lecture
Access to the NASW-NV–proprietary manual is available to course registrants only.
The majority of course content (98%) will cover material relating to
both the LSW and LCSW exams; the remaining 2% will cover content
relating to just the LCSW. However, we feel this is still valuable
information to those pursuing their LSWs so they know what to expect
when hopefully pursuing an LCSW later on in their career.
Content areas will include: theories of human development; assessment,
diagnosis and treatment; psychopathology; psychopharmacology;
communication; professional ethics; management and administration;
research; and diversity.
Sample questions and some group discussion are used to illustrate the
PLEASE NOTE: There is no refund policy for
participants who, after taking the test, fail to reach the passing
requirement. While our review course has been highly regarded in the
state for over fifteen years, no review course can replace three to four
years of college education in eight hours. What our review course does
do is prepare you for taking the LSW/LCSW test with test-taking
assistance, a review of testing topics, case studies, and additional
reading material. Think of it as a structured class to help review what
you know and identify what you need to work on before you sit for the