Case Closure Instructor-led Half-day Training
In this interactive and thought provoking introductory training, participants learn the factors and conditions which indicate a case should or should not be closed. They will be able to explain how client rapport and other aspects of the helping relationship affect the outcome of the case. Participants will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of the service plan and to write a comprehensive case summary. In addition, participants will learn to recognize the stresses related to case closure and will be challenged to come up with personalized stress relief.
Note: there is a full-day in-person training on Case Closure in APS available with an additional learning objective and more practice activities. Both the half and full-day trainings meet the NAPSA Core Competency requirements.
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Revised 2015. Central California Adult Services Training Academy, California State University Fresno, Social Welfare Evaluation, Research, and Training Center with funds from the APS Training Contract, California Department of Social Services (CDSS).