Victim Services Coordination

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Victim Services Coordination is an applied certificate program that prepares students for employment/ continued employment with agencies providing services to victims of crime and other traumatic events. Your studies focus on case management, volunteer coordination, community partnerships, client service strategies, criminal justice, coordination of traumatic events, self-care.

For information regarding future offerings, contact:
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina campus, Kate Roberts, 306-775-7483

For complete program information, check the program page.

You will develop the case management skills required by agencies that provide services to victims of crime and/or traumatic events. Your studies will include the development of case plans based on case files.

This course currently has no offerings.

You will develop specific skills for interacting with clients of Victim Services and other agencies that provide services for victims in the community and province. You will also learn case file management skills.

This course currently has no offerings.

You will develop specific skills for interacting with a variety of clients with unique needs. You will identify and practice strategies for providing services to new immigrants, people with disabilities, people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) as well as other emerging unique client needs.

This course currently has no offerings.

You will examine the components of the criminal justice system and how they work together to respond to crime and crime control.

This course currently has no offerings.

You will learn the principles of crisis intervention. You will demonstrate basic strategies for dealing with individuals who are in a state of crisis.

This course currently has no offerings.

You will develop employability skills through the study of interpersonal communications theory and applications in the workplace. Learning outcomes include the importance of self-awareness and self-esteem, perception problems, verbal and nonverbal messages, listening skills, creating positive communication climates and resolving interpersonal conflict.

The online course uses an asynchronous tool, allowing access to course material at any time convenient for the student. High-speed internet is recommended.

Additional costs: Text
Start and End DatesFeeLocationCRN
May 20, 2017 - June 17, 2017
Sat - 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Registration deadline: May 20, 2017
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$334.50Prince AlbertCRN: 201604-815
You will examine the mandate and role of agencies involved with victims of crime or traumatic events as well as the roles staff and volunteers play in delivery of services. You will have the opportunity to examine models of crisis intervention and apply skills to specific situations.

This course currently has no offerings.