Key Working, Care Planning and Case Management Programme
This workshop has been approved by The Addiction Counsellors of Ireland for 8 CPD credits
The Key Working, Care Planning & Case Management course is a 2 day training workshop delivered on a Thursday and Friday this March in Dublin.
This programme is designed to provide an overview of key working, care planning and case management. Key working is the process of working with clients to achieve their goals and part of this process is effective care planning and case management.
There will be examples of best practice and practical examples given to develop theory into practice. Above all, this programme is a practical application of relevant theory in relation to key working, care planning and case management.
The Learning Curve Institute was contracted by The HSE to deliver training on these topics as part of The National Addiction Training Programme in 2011/2012 and therefore possesses in depth knowledge of both the content and the training delivery.
Date and Location:
- Dublin, The Skylon Hotel, Drumcondra: 01 and 02 March 2018
(Thurs and Fri, 10am – 4pm)
About the Course:
The aim of this 2 day workshop is to:
- Enable participants to formulate a care plan with a complex client.
- Identify and, where appropriate, fill gaps in services with clients.
- Provide information to participants in relation to assessment, care planning and support for clients.
- Cover best practice in relation to recording of information.
Students will receive handouts and relevant literature to enable them to develop their understanding of Key Working, Care Planning and Case Management appropriate to this level. In each session students will have the opportunity to observe and participate in role-plays and discussions.
- To build on and expand existing knowledge in relation to Key Working, Care Planning and Case Management within the group.
- To enhance confidence in participants in relation to their understanding of Key Working, Care Planning and Case Management.
- To allow space and time for participants to look at their own practice in relation to Key Working, Care Planning and Case Management and to develop best practice.
For full details on the course please click here:
Certificate in Key Working, Care Planning and Case Management from The Learning Curve Institute.
About The Learning Curve Institute:
The Learning Curve Institute is a QQI (formerly FETAC) Registered Provider of education programmes, workshops and training courses specialising in the areas of Addiction, Mental Health and Counselling. The LCI runs its QQI Level 5 and 6 courses in Addiction and Mental Health as public courses or can deliver these courses in-house to groups. The company has delivered training on behalf of the HSE to groups of addiction personnel and staff in 10 different locations around Ireland.
Courses are also run in-house to groups where these three subjects (key working, care planning and case management) can also be split into separate 2 day modules on each subject should this be required. To maximise learning, groups will be limited to 20 students per course.
Some of the organisations and bodies that The LCI has delivered in house training workshops and courses to over the past 8 years are:
- The Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, Belfast and Cork Simon Communities
- DePaul Ireland
- The Probation Service
- The Defence Forces
- The Homeless Agency
- Good Shepherd Services Cork
- The Adult Homeless Persons Office
- The Ana Liffey Drug Project
- Bushypark Treatment Centre
- Southill Family Resource Centre
Price for bookings: €199.00
This includes all handouts, materials and certificate from The Learning Curve Institute.
To secure a place on the workshop go to: http://www.thelearningcurve.ie/book-now and book online. For further information or assistance regarding bookings contact the office on 098 25530 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment in full is necessary to book a place on this workshop. Pro-forma invoices can be arranged for anyone who is being funded to attend the training.
The course has a limited amount of spaces available so early booking is highly advisable.