Serving Social Workers, MFTs, Counselors & Teachers

Presented by FCAC - Home to the #1 online training program related to working with at risk children

We offer 149 courses with new topics added continuously from as little as $2.49 an hour. Complete mandated training hours from the comfort of your home. Training online offers flexible hours.....train around your schedule.

Courses are developed by professionals with extensive experience.

Certificates are generated immediately with the passing of course test. Certificates contain your name, license number, course title, hours credited, and date. Certificates may be emailed or downloaded directly to your computer and printed out.

Social Worker/MFT CEU credits approved by:

  • Alabama State Board of Social Work (#0076) CEU (more info)
  • Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners (Social Workers & MFT) (more info)
  • Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (Social Workers) (more info)
  • Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists (10 hours) (more info)
  • Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (#159.001046) (social workers) (more info)
  • Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board (more info)
  • Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners (20 hours of Category II -- 15 for LSWAs) (more info)
  • Michigan Bureau of Health Professions(social workers - 10 hrs) (more info)
  • Missouri Divison of Professional Registration, Committee for Social Workers (15 hours) (more info)
  • New Mexico Board of Social Work Examiners (more info)
  • Oklahoma Board of Licensed Social Workers (CEP#20220187) (more info)
  • Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers (more info)
  • Rhode Island Dept. Of Health, Office of Professional Regulation (Social Workers) (more info)
  • Vermont Office of the Secretary of State, Lic.&Reg (SW- 5 hrs) (more info)
  • Virginia Board of Social Work (more info)
  • West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners (20 hours of Category II) (more info)
  • Wisconsin Department of Regulation & Licensing Office of Education & Examinations (Social Workers) (more info)
  • For more info about using our training to fulfill social worker continuing education, please click on your state name:Arkansas, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Nebraska, Tennessee, Utah, Wyoming


  • "Over the past 4 days I've completed a total of 30 CEUs from various sites. The content of your courses was the best, and the price was the least! AMAZING!" - Virginia
  • "The best course I've taken. Easy to follow, well written." - Texas
  • "These are some of the most informative trainings I have encountered through all my CEU events. I may order more just so I can have the information!" - Georgia
  • "Thank you for a very inexpensive CEU that was just as complete and even more direct than the expensive ones. It helped me on a tight budget. Keep up the good work. I will use you in the future." - Ohio
  • "Content was really great as always and the price is awesome. Thanks again." - Texas
  • "Your courses are practical, concise and complete. They also cost less than your rivals. From now on there is no need for me to look elsewhere for on line continuing education." - Indiana
  • "Thanks VERY much for providing excellent, accessible training at a VERY reasonable price!" - Oregon
  • "This was one of the best trainings I have had recently and was very well-written. The author was not only very knowledgeable on the subject, but she brought in personal experiences and gave a lot of practical examples and suggestions of how to help children with this disorder. I will definitely continue to use your program for training for myself and for my foster parents I supervise." - South Carolina
  • "I am thrilled with your website. Your information was very thorough and I am looking forward to getting the maximum number of CEU hours from the comfort of my own home using your website." - West Virginia
  • "The course was great...but the price was unbeatable for ceu!!!" - Alabama
  • "Your courses are an excellent source of information and reasonably priced CEU's." - Oklahoma
  • "I have taken many of your online trainings and have enjoyed all of them." - South Dakota
  • "Beyond the excellent quality of the trainings, the customer service is exemplary. I called on two occasions and spoke with friendly and helpful individuals. It was refreshing. I would definitely use their continuing education again." - Maine
  • "Thank you for offering these courses, which are very relevant and interesting at a very reasonable price." - Alabama

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Meet A Few of Our Training Staff

Mary & Allen Goodearle. Mary is a foster parent trainer, consultant and author. Mary and her husband, Allen, fostered over 40 children, and are the parents of seven adopted children and two biological children. Mary is a former Child Protection Social Worker, Foster Care Coordinator, and State Adoption Social Worker. She taught classes in Foster Care and Adoption at a community college for nine years and trained in partnership with the University of Wisconsin providing workshops and seminars for both foster parents and social workers. Mary holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and Psychology, and a Master's Degree in Human Services Management and Public Administration. 

Dr. Rita Laws, is a parent by adoption and birth and preiously a foster parent. Her 12 children range in age from 11 to 26 years old. Rita, who has a doctorate in psychology, is the co-author of several books about adoption: "Adoption and Financial Assistance," "Adopting and Advocating for the Special Needs Child," "Adoption Digest: Stories of Joy, Loss and the Journey". She lives and writes and spoils her grandchildren in rural Oklahoma. Dr. Laws has written and had published over 600 articles.

"Creating A Healing Environment for Children” is a course which has grown out of many years of research by Karyn Purvis, Ph.D. and David Cross, Ph.D. Karyn and David are co-founders of the Adoption Project, which is an outreach program of the Developmental Research Lab at TCU, directed by David. The Adoption Project consists of research and intervention; student, parent, and professional training; as well as advocacy in the greater child-welfare community. The Hope Connection is the centerpiece of the Adoption Project and consists of a five-week summer day camp for at-risk adopted children and their parents. The camp program is unique in that it is a research-based intervention and has gathered dynamic data for six years, which have been used to empower adoptive parents and their children. David was a foster child himself, and Karyn served as foster parent to many children in addition to having two adopted grandchildren of her own. In addition to working in the Adoption Project and Hope Connection, David and Karyn work actively in child advocacy and speak frequently at parent and professional meetings.

Scott Alpert is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist in the state of California. Since 1994, Dr. Alpert has been teaching a holistic approach to well-being. He began working with substance abusers and those with a dual diagnosis (people with a substance problems and a co-occurring mental illness). He has worked with clients that had HIV and AIDS. Dr. Alpert worked at a residential facility in Malibu where his clients included the rich and famous, those with chronic substance problems and debilitating mental illness – including multiple personalities. Dr. Scott has also worked with learning disabled adolescents. Since 2002 he has worked with people in crisis. Dr. Alpert currently lectures on holistic health and crisis management. He has developed and facilitates seminars on the subject. Dr. Alpert has just completed a book: Crisis Management Step – By – Step that is available at




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