Social Work ’ s Grand Challenge to Harness Technology for Social Good calls for educators to reevaluate their role and its significance for the future of social work . Information and communication technology (ICT) -mediated practice methods like artificial intelligence, virtual reality, gamification, and big data, among others, represent a new arena for social work practice . However, educators have been mostly inactive in developing curricula that support student knowledge, training, and decision-making on the adoption of technology for practice . In the United States, the Council on Social Work Education Futures Task Force highlighted this inaction as a matter of critical uncertainty for the field ’ s future . In contrast, this paper describes how a school of social work rapidly deployed a free, CE training program on the basics of telebehavioral health practice to the social work community to aid their response to COVID-19 . The rapid deployment of that training has been distilled as ‘ lessons learned ’ for those wanting to join in efforts to address the field ’ s critical uncertainty regarding the adoption of technology . Information is presented about the reach of this training and includes feedback from participants . Additionally, the authors discuss whether COVID-19 can influence social work ’ s future rate of technology adoption.