Vermont LCSW Education Requirement: A master’s or doctorate degree from a CSWE-accredited social work program
Vermont LCSW Exam: Successfully complete the Vermont jurisprudence examination.
Field Requirement: Applicants must accumulate 3,000 hours, or two years, of post-master’s clinical practice supervised by an approved clinical professional; a minimum of one hour face-to-face supervision is required for every 40 hours of clinical services you provide.
License Renewal: Renewal is required every two years. Requirements for renewal are the successful completion of 20 contact hours of continuing education (except the first year) and payment of a $150 renewal fee.
In order to become a licensed social work practitioner in Vermont, you will need to complete prerequisite coursework, examination requirements, and, in some cases, supervised work requirements. Also, certain levels of social work in Vermont can only be reached after earning a Master of Social Work. We are committed to keeping updated information on Vermont social work licensure policies available to you.
Disclaimer: There may be additional methods of certification that have not been covered here. Please contact your state social work licensing department for more information.
Disclaimer: Social Worker Salary information is taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Information about social worker salaries in Vermont is subject to change. Please confirm salary information with your state before applying for licensure or renewal. Last updated: 8/22/2018.