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Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.
Credits: 5.5 Level: All levels Modality: Classroom ICPM Category: Service Planning and Delivery
The Principles of Concurrent Planning course improves practice by highlighting key elements of concurrent planning and linking those activities with direct benefits for children, youth, and families. This course also provides skill practice activities to solidify these concepts into real world practice change.
Intended Learning Objectives:
Recognize at least two of the legislative and/or policy initiatives that inform Concurrent Planning practice.
Identify at least two key components of Concurrent Planning
Select at least two practice behaviors from the Integrated Core Practice Model (ICPM) and indicate how they are relevant to Concurrent Planning
Identify at least two ways the practice of concurrent planning is beneficial for children and youth
Explain the necessity of discussing multiple permanency plans throughout the life of the case in a strengths-based, child-centered, trauma-informed, and culturally-responsive manner
Using a role play scenario, participants will demonstrate effective engagement and full disclosure discussions about a concurrent plan
Key components of concurrent planning
Necessity of discussing multiple permanency plans throughout the life of a case