Case Management in Practice: Transfer of Expertise

Course Code:

SCRS5675

Course Category:

Cross Sector

Duration (hours):

28.00


Overview:

  • Social work supervision
  • Integrated Professional Practice Model (IPPM)
  • The Four-Stage professional supervision model (FSPSM)

Target Participants:

  • Senior Social Workers and above from FSCs who conduct clinical supervision with junior staff.
  • Participants should have attended the ‘Case Management in Practice’ series conducted by SSTI.

Learning Outcome:

  • Develop their skills in undertaking professional supervision
  • Enhance their knowledge and understanding of the teaching-learning-application competency components of professional supervision
  • Enhance their knowledge of theoretical and conceptual approaches to professional supervision
  • Apply the professional supervision skills to their case practice

Fee Remarks:

Applicable to eligible NCSS member/ MCYS Funded VWO participants.

Trainer Profile:

Dr Pauline Ann Meemeduma , B.SC, MSW, DSW, MAASW (Accredited), is currently an international consultant for the development of quality service standards in children and family services. She has extensive academic and practice experience in the design and implementation of quality case management practices in the provision of social welfare services. As the head of demanding and complex services for children and families she has developed case planning and management protocols and procedures and training programmes to support staff to approach cases from a logical basis which involves a series of clearly thought out and applied steps. Her long career in social welfare service provision across thirty years means she brings to training extensive case experiences in working with children, families, children with a disability, juvenile offending and child protection.


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