YASI Case Planning
April 22 @ 9:00 am - April 25 @ 4:00 pm
This four-day online training guides participants through a four-step model of effective case planning. The first step includes training in the YASI (Youth Assessment Screening Instrument) computerized risk/protective assessment tool as well as skill development in interviewing. The second step aids participants in choosing appropriate interventions, as well as an introduction to a framework to increase client involvement. The third step reviews the “what works” literature and the usage of this resource throughout the final step of the case planning model. Note: You must have your webcams on during this training. Registration Policy: Please be aware that if you were previously a “no show” or participated in the YASI Case Planning training and did not complete it, you will not be allowed to register or participate in the YASI for 6 months (2 quarters) from your original registration date. Only one participant per device: ICOY strongly advises against any device sharing between participants in our virtual trainings. If multiple people log in to a training using a single computer, ICOY will only record the name and organization of the registrant whose computer is being utilized as having attended the training. Further, only the individual that registers for the training will be eligible to receive CEUs and a Certificate of Attendance. Time: 9:00am-4:00pm each day with a one hour break. Trainer: Diana Wavra 24 continuing education units (CEUs) will be available for participants with social work and professional counseling licenses who fully complete all four days of training. Please provide the most accessible and convenient mailing address for your training materials to be sent to.