Becoming a social work supervisor is unique to each state, but in general the process is simple.
In most states it involves filling out an application and attending a one to two hour training on supervision.
While it may take a little effort to become a social work supervisor the benefits are great.
- Increasing income to your practice
- Expanding your skills
- Working with new social workers
- Helping the profession
These are just a few reasons to become a social work supervisor.
Search our Map to Find Out How to Become a Social Work Supervisor
Below is a searchable map that will help you find how to become a social work supervisor in your state. Simply click on your state and it will give you instructions to follow.
If you are new to the field and just getting started see our License Information for the requirements for your state to become licensed first.
How to Become a Social Work Supervisor —Information by State