Presented by Amovita Consulting
Professionals in the human and community services sectors often work with clients who receive multiple services, so it is important to be able to identify the clients needs and engage an effective case management process.
Contemporary practices suggest that case note writing and recording is vital to the case process. Given that case note writing fits within a legal and ethical process, it requires the writer to have a specific set of skills, knowledge and competencies.
This training explores the importance of case note writing and recording, best practice principles and takes participants through a range of scenarios and case studies in which to develop best practice writing skills. Participants will also learn Amovita’s exclusive REASON Case Note Writing Framework.
This training presentation focuses on six principles of case note and report writing, including:
- Principle 1 ? Skills and techniques of writing
- Principle 2 – Using intentional language frameworks
- Principle 3 – Ethical excellence and legal processes
- Principle 4 – Reflection and insight in the writing process
- Principle 5 – Evidenced best practice in writing
- Principle 6 ? Attunement and case note writing
- Understand the legal and ethical requirements of documenting case notes
- Understand the language framework to engage best practice
- Identify and select relevant and purposeful content
- Understand the importance of accurate, object and evidenced based case notes
- Articulate structure using clear and concise language
- Distinguish between facts and opinions
- Gain an understanding of relevant legislation and acts that impact on case note writing
Brisbane: 26 April
Townsville: 12 July
Brisbane: 7 August