Conferences & Meetings
1. Review NAADAC's Ethical Standards of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors which have been adopted by the State of Tennessee's Rules governing our addiction counseling practice; and
2. Participate in a discussion regarding the intent of these standards.
3. Examine the 'grey' areas of ethics; and
4. Participate in a discussion of ethical dilemmas that have relevance to their daily professional lives.
Links to Past Conference Materials
Pre-Recorded Webinar: SAM.gov – CCR Account Migration and Update/Renew Webinar
This course is directed toward those who are interested in doing business with the government, and who previously registered in CCR. The course will cover essential activities for getting started and using the System for Award Management (SAM). Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: Create a new SAM user account; Migrate permissions from the legacy Central Contractor Registration (CCR) system into SAM; and Update/renew an existing registration.
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