APS Overview Instructor-led Half-day Training

This is an interactive orientation course on Adult Protective Services. This training was designed to help you understand the job you are expected to perform. This includes knowing who your clients are, under what circumstances you are expected to intervene, and what interventions you are expected to provide. It will also provide you with important “tools of the trade” including common terminology and resources.

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APS Overview eLearning

This eLearning course is an orientation course on Adult Protective Services. This training was designed to help you get started by describing the clients you’ll be serving, your role and how to evaluate referrals and develop care plans. It will also provide you with important “tools of the trade” including common terminology and resources (1 CE).

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APS Values and Ethics Instructor-Led Training

The purpose of this training is to “demystify” ethics, and offer a practical framework for ethical decision-making on the front lines.

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California Regulations for APS eLearning

This eLearning course was designed to help you understand California’s Adult Protective Services Regulations by requiring you to apply the regulations to abuse reports and case scenarios (1 CE).

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Collaboration in APS Work eLearning

This self-paced interactive eLearning will help you to define collaboration, explain why collaboration is an effective method of working with other agencies, identify those competencies needed to work collaboratively with other agencies, identify which agencies APS workers can partner with, explain how other agencies might help and where there might be friction, and list basic conflict resolution principles (1 CE).

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Collaboration in APS Work Instructor-Led Training

This skill-building, interactive training is intended for entry level Adult Protective Services workers and their MDT partners (e.g. public guardians, public health nurses working with the elderly, mental health professionals, etc.) to learn how to collaborate more effectively on a personal level across disciplines. Trainees will be able to articulate the benefits, challenges and barriers to successful collaboration.

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Ethics Values and Cultural Competence in APS eLearning

The purpose of this training is to “demystify” ethics, and offer a practical framework for ethical decision-making on the front lines (1.5 CEs).

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