Supervision in Community & Workplace Trauma (TI-106)

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NOTE. Students must complete TI-1001, 102, 103, 104, 105 & 107 prior to enrolling in 106

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Supervision in Community & Workplace Traumatology (TI-106)

Is offered as an On-line course in the Community & Workplace stream:

TI-106: Supervision in Community & Workplace Traumatology

Canadian $ 149.00 plus applicable taxes. Students will have 160 days access to this course.

Course Objectives:

Group Supervision in Community & Workplace Traumatology offers a framework for participants to practice and demonstrate proficiency in community & Workplace traumatology skills under the direction of a Certified Traumatologist. The program is offered in a format designed to challenge and help participants grow into competent providers of care for traumatized individuals, families, organizations and communities. Participants must have completed courses TI-1001 & TI-102 – 105 in order to enroll in this 106 Supervision course.

Who would benefit from participation?

This course is one component of the Community & Workplace Traumatologist certificate and will benefit professionals, paraprofessionals, and volunteers who work with trauma survivors or wish to gain skills to do so. The courses in this 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.

Participant Learning Goals:

  • Recognize when to refer and when to provide support as a “Community & Workplace Traumatologist”
  • Practice ethical and competent service management within your practice mandate
  • Practice & demonstrate proficiency in Community & Workplace Traumatology skills under group supervision
  • Preparation and presentation of case studies
  • Identify appropriate “Community & Workplace Traumatology” solutions
  • Recognize cases that require referral and identify appropriate referral types and sources
  • Develop action plans to address biases, blind spots and deficiencies discovered in the supervision process
  • Develop strong skills in maintaining non-anxious presence; become increasingly intentional and less reactive.

Prerequisites:

NOTE. Students must complete TI-1001, 102, 103, 104, 105 & 107 prior to beginning TI-106.

Course Evaluation:

Students are required to complete all training materials on-line, complete quizzes (final quiz 80% min. required), submit all assignments,  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.

Required Course Readings:

Supervision in Community & Workplace Traumatology (Manual for Course #106)

How the Course Works:

We recommend that the courses in each curriculum series be taken sequentially in numbered order, other than 106 which must be completed after 107. All the assignments and learning in CWT Certificate rely on an integration of materials from all previous CWT courses.

This process of study provides a chance to weave knowledge into a cohesive system for appropriate post-trauma intervention.

All of the courses offer opportunities for learning through online exercises, assignments and unit quizzes but many are simply for your learning only and are not submitted for grading. Assignments from the final Supervision course in the CWT series will be reviewed and considered on a pass/fail basis only by Traumatology Institute staff. These submissions, along with the successful completion of core curriculum, will satisfy the requirements of the program.

Each course requires the successful completion of a Final Quiz. Your grade must be higher than 80% to pass these quizzes. When all of the course requirements are completed a Certificate of Completion in your selected stream will be made available on the E-learning site. You will be able to print your own Certificate of Completion from any computer linked to a printer.

Our certification is provided through Traumatology Institute but you can also apply for additional international certification through the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress (AAETS); the International Association of Trauma Professionals and Green Cross Academy of Traumatology in the U.S. They all acknowledge our training and provide advanced certification.