(Equivalent to 6 Hours CEU)
Standards of Trauma Care: Attachment, Systems & Context goal is to train the Traumatologist to empower the individual, family, community or organization. This program examines age, gender, race, culture, social class and other factors that impact trauma response and recovery. This course addresses the social work and case management associated with providing the best fit between appropriate treatment and individual need.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM PARTICIPATION?
This program will benefit professionals, paraprofessionals, and volunteers who work with trauma survivors or wish to gain skills to do so. The courses in this certificate stream are designed to enhance skills development among individuals whose work, volunteer or personal activities take them into contact with individuals or groups who have been directly exposed to trauma.
- Learn about attachment & development
- The legacy of traumatized children
- Understand the impact of family systems and how to make trauma interventions work in a system
- How to respond to Traumatized families
- Develop cross cultural competencies and awareness of own and others culture values/framework
- Recognize differences in trauma responses among varied cultural, racial, gender, age, group and communities
- Apply ethical standards of care for Traumatologists
Students are required to complete all training materials on-line, read through the manual and other related or recommended materials. Certificates of Completion for the course and the stream will be provided once all requirements are met.
Canadian $75.00 plus applicable taxes. Students will have 160 days access to this course.
There are no course pre-requisites for this course. This is an entry level course.
TI-103 Standards of CWT Trauma Care $75.00