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Considerations and tools for individuals who provide supervision to wraparound coordinators, facilitators, and staff.
Supervisors play a key role in helping staff accomplish the necessary activities of the wraparound process. Providing supervision to wraparound staff requires specialized knowledge and skills. Core practices and tools will be identified that can assist supervisors in supporting their staff to implement wraparound to fidelity.
This is not a general supervision course - it is assumed that participants have foundational knowledge and/or training in providing supervision.
Individuals who provide supervision to care coordinators, service facilitators, and staff in programs that utilize wraparound.
This workshop is interactive. Active participation for the duration of the workshop is expected. Please be prepared to participate with your camera on.
View Modules 1 – 6 of the Foundations of Wisconsin Wraparound video course.
Each module is around 20 minutes in length, for a total of approximately 2.3 hours of pre-training study.
Optional but recommended: Completion of Wraparound Fundamentals Care Coordinators and Service Facilitators.
This event offers Attendance Certificate Hours which may count toward ongoing training requirements for programs such as Comprehensive Community Services (CCS).
This event has not been pre-approved to count toward specific licensure CEU requirements, however, hours may count toward 15 of the 30 required continuing education credit hours for LCSW, LPC, and MFT licensure that may be met through "in-house training and development programs". Please check with your particular licensing requirements for more information.