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FREE Webinar Replay - Ethical Case Note Writing

  • 01/05/2020
  • 31/05/2020
  • Online

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Access this webinar replay for FREE. Register now to get free access to the replay of this 90-minute webinar anytime in May.

THIS REPLAY WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THE MONTH OF MAY

Here's something special from us to you during this challenging time. We're providing access to four of our 2019 webinar replays for FREE. We'll be featuring one webinar per month for four consecutive months. Register now to get free access to the replay of this 90-minute webinar anytime in August.

Webinar Synopsis

Clients, funders, and other stakeholders may have access to case note files. Would your notes withstand scrutiny? If your notes were subpoenaed to court, would they be considered "professional?"  How well you record your client interactions can have significant impacts. Your notes may affect your client’s progress and, if you work in the funded model, your agency’s continued funding. This webinar will help you strengthen your ability to write ethical case notes.

Learning Objectives

This is a recorded session that took place in 2019. This 90-minute webinar is designed to engage attendees through a combination of lecture, group interaction, and case studies.  At the completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Consider concise writing techniques to simplify and optimize effective case notes
  • Compare and contrast good/bad case notes
  • Identify and apply the Career Development Code of Ethics when writing case notes

Attendees will receive “10 Tips for Ethical Case Note Writing” at the completion of the webinar.

Speaker

Jayne Barron is a CPC Board Advisor and Course Leader. She is a certified and award-winning career development professional (CCDP), a chartered professional in human resources (CPHR/CHRP), and for the last 7 years, has trained hundreds of emerging and established career practitioners in Career Development Theories, Professional Ethics, Case Management, and Job Development/Employer Engagement. Jayne is based in British Columbia and has more than 20 years’ experience in career services.