The Post Graduate Trauma Certificate (PGTC) delivers a critical overview of trauma and a deep understanding of neurophysiology, trauma theory, and trauma treatment and how these concepts intersect. The PGTC has been developed for anyone with a master’s degree or higher in fields of social work, counseling, human service and allied health professions who have interest in increasing knowledge and skills to deal with trauma and trauma recovery. This online certificate includes user-friendly, self-paced modules that incorporate videos, voice-over PowerPoint’s, downloadable articles, handouts, and quizzes. The PGTC contains cutting-edge information developed by clinical and research experts in the field of trauma care.
CEUs: Each module is comprised of 10 Continuing Education Hours as approved by the NASW-TN.
Modules: Modules may be taken a la carte or in conjunction with one another.
Certificate: To earn the Post Graduate Certificate, all three modules must be completed. Each participant has 1 year from beginning to complete the entirety of the Certificate.
Cost: The cost for each module is $350 and is payable online at the time of registration.
Discounts: Active Military, Alumni, and Senior Citizen (15% off), Social Service Agency Staff (20% off), Field Instructor (25% off), UT Faculty/Staff (25%), UTCSW Faculty/Staff (50%), available upon request
Three Course Modules
Participants will master important evidence-based information and newly researched material as they earn their Post Graduate Trauma Certificate from the University of Tennessee, College of Social Work. The three modules comprising the certificate are:
Click on these modules to read more about the topics covered in each and to sign up for an individual module.
If you have any questions related to the certificate program, the process of earning a certificate, the content, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Ragan Schriver at email@example.com.
Pricing discounts are available for University of Tennessee, Knoxville faculty/staff, current field instructors for the College, College alumni, and for staff of social service agencies (agency staff should have their HR representative contact us with a list of employees who will be taking the training). Please contact Ali Giecek at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
If you should experience any technical issues registering for the certificate, making payment, signing into the system, or using the system, please contact the University of Tennessee OIT Help Desk at 865-974-9900. When the Help Desk technician answers, let them know that you are calling about a problem using the “Canvas Catalog” system (it’s very important that you use both of those two words). That will let the technician know to route your call to the appropriate team to assist you.
Thank you so much for being part of the resolution of trauma for others through your important work.