CAMS Online CEU Courses for Suicide Prevention Training

The only authorized source for adherent CAMS training.

Training Opportunities

Training Opportunities

Online CEU Courses for Social Workers, Counselors
& Psychologists

Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) for the CAMS Online Video Course (3 credits) and the CAMS Book (6 credits) are sponsored by The American Association of Suicidology (AAS). CEUs are available for Psychologists (APA), Social Workers (NASW), and Counselors (NBCC).  Currently we do not offer Continuing Medical Education credits (CMEs).

Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) vary by state. Please contact your state’s regulatory authority to verify if this course meets your continuing education requirements.

CAMS Online Course & CEU Opportunity

Earn CEUs for taking the CAMS Online Course: Take the course, pass the test and earn 3 CEU credits

To buy the video course including 3 hours of CEU credits, Click Here.
To buy just the 3 hours of CEUs if you have already watched the videos, Click Here.

CAMS CEU Book Opportunity

Earn CEUs for reading Managing Suicidal Risk: A Collaborative Approach (CAMS Book): Read the book, pass the test, and earn 6 CEU credits

To buy the CAMS Book, Click Here.
To buy the Book CEU Test, Click Here.

“Dr. Jobes and the CAMS-Care team provide the most cutting-edge, evidence-based suicide risk-assessment and treatment framework for clinicians, counselors, social workers, and other relevant professionals. Our Ohio CAMS-trained behavioral health professionals are now equipped with the skills and documentation necessary to create an effective safety plan which can potentially keep the client out of the hospital. In addition, the CAMS consultants are very professional, easy to work with, and flexible when planning for an in-person CAMS workshop. The post-training consultation calls provide our clinicians with a chance to troubleshoot with the CAMS consultant and other CAMS-trained professionals on incorporating the framework in the workplace.”

Austin Lucas

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation