SOCIAL WORK HELPING PROCESS: PART I, BUILDING THE RELATIONSHIP
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Course Code: CFPSCF0311
Purpose: To increase the effectiveness in use of basic interpersonal skills when working with clients by recognizing conditions for a positive social work relationship and applying interpersonal skills in initial client contact.
Description: Developed to meet specialized training needs, this course focuses on issues related to child welfare and is based on social work competencies adopted from the Institute for Human Services.
Objectives: Upon completion of the course, participant will:
-Be able to increase skill and use of self-awareness, empathy and interpersonal skills
-Be able to identify strategies for more effective planning of initial contacts
-Be able to identify assessment strategies and skills that have a strengths-based focus
-Be able to identify strategies and skills that assist in building a positive working relationship
Prerequisites: None
Competencies: None established at this time.
Completion
Requirements:
Entire Course; 80% or higher on final test.
Target
Audience:
Social Service Staff
Delivery Method: Computer Based Training
Class Size: Max 1 Min 1
Instructor: Interactive Multimedia Instruction
CEU Type:
(# of hours)
CEPS 0.00 CME I 0.00 CME II 0.00 Nursing 0.00
Contact Hours: 3.00
Charge per Seat: State $0.00 Non-State $0.00
Unit Responsible: Children and Family Services
Course Notes: Social Work Helping Process:  Part I is one of ten courses included in Building Family Foundations, an interactive multimedia computer based training (CBT) learning series.

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