A course in case management
Presented by: Carol-Lynn Stirrat & Kirsty Oeschger
CPD Points: 8
** Booking Required**
What is the course about?
This highly recommended short course will cover managing an employees return to work. On this course you will gain an understanding of the essential elements of case management; the competencies required by a case manager; and the step by step process from assessment to retention including work preparation and work hardening at the workplace, with practical application using case studies from various diagnostic groups. The main components of the course include:
How to report and cost
The processes involved in Case management
The definitions and models
Barriers, challenges and success predictors
Case studies showing the practical application in vocational rehab
What should the outcome be?
A person attending this course will be able to answer the following:
How do we assist with retaining an employee at work should they experience a health event?
How do we navigate the process of returning an employee to the workplace after a period of work absence given ill health?
How do we manage clients with complex co-morbid health conditions?
This skill is most sort after by the insurance industry but is applicable to any employee looking to return to work or employers who would like to assist employees in returning to work.
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for newer entrants to vocational rehabilitation and FCE’s and service providers to the Insurance Industry