Legal and Ethical CEU Courses

Download and read all articles in a content area.

Step 2: Pay online by clicking on the title of each content area. The link to the quiz will be emailed to you. Please check your spam box.  If you do not receive the email, please email us at

Step 3: Take the online quiz. Multiple attempts are allowed, if needed, to achieve a passing score (70% or higher)

To receive your CEU certificate:

If you receive a passing score and you are an NASW, Utah Chapter member, simply go to your member profile and under "Content and Features" click on "Professional Development" to access your CEU certificate for that course. Please note you must be logged in to your profile when taking the quiz in order for your credits to be linked to your member records.

If you are not a member of NASW, a CEU certificate will be mailed to you within 5 business days. .

Please note: Under Utah law, LCSWs may earn up to 15 home study CEUs and SSWs may earn up to 10 home study CEUs per 2-year licensing cycle.

Legal/Ethical Article Groups

Code of Ethics (1.5 CEUs):
Cost: FREE for members through the end of the licensing cycle (Sep 30)!/ $25 non-member
Consists of NASW's Code of Ethics

Risk Management in Clinical Practice (1.5 CEUs):
Cost: $10 member/ $25 non-member
Consists of the following articles:
Social Workers and Psychotherapy Notes
Social Workers, HIPAA and Subpoenas
Social Workers and Subpoenas:  A Brief Summary

Minors' Rights in Clinical Practice  (1.5 CEUs):
Cost: $10 member/ $25 non-member
Consists of the following articles:
Children’s Right to Confidentiality
Parental Rights and Responsibilities for Lesbian and Gay Parents
Social Workers and Civil Liability for Failure to Report Child Abuse

Confidentiality and Privilege (1.5 CEUs):
Cost: $10 member/ $25 non-member
Social Workers and Confidentiality for Couples Counseling
Release of Records and Client Privacy
Children's Treatment Records: Parental Access and Denial
Responding to a Subpoena

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure that the articles in these courses are current and applicable to Utah state laws. However, laws do change and social workers should contact their legal representative if any questions emerge during contact with clients. For specific ethical and legal consultations, NASW members may contact the Office of Ethics and Professional Review at 800-638-8799 ext. 231 or ext. 290. They may also contact NASW Assurance Services' Member Care Unit at 855-385-2160 (NASW members only).