The Level 2 Case Management Certificate is the next step after Level 1 Case Management Certificate. This certificate prepares students to work in the community as a Human Services professional. The certificate provides students with skills and knowledge about professional standards and practices. Emphasis will be placed on documentation and record-keeping skills. In addition, students will gain knowledge of human development throughout the life course, psychology, and culture. Emphasis will be placed on examining the individuals from a holistic viewpoint, taking into consideration many factors that contribute to behaviors and outcomes when working with community members.
This certificate is approved through the California Community College Chancellor's Office. Upon satisfactory completion of the listed requirements and filing an application for graduation with Admissions and Records, the student's transcript will reflect completion of this certificate.
The total projected number of completers per calendar year is approximately 10 to 20 students.
· Create a certificate of training in case management that provides students with the necessary job skills to fill an entry level position in the community.
· Create a guided pathway based on employer identified needs for communities here in the far north.
· Support the goals of the advisory committee for Human Services.
· Offer a stackable program that culminates in a 4 year degree. Design the curriculum of these stackable certificates to be one year in length of at least 25 units of credit(Level one certificate is 13 units and Level two is 25 units and builds on Level one).
· Multiple partner agencies directly involved in human services and provide necessary training based on this feedback.
1. Demonstrate the ability to write a detailed case note.
2. View an individual holistically by articulating what factors might be affecting individuals and families in the community (i.e., culture, trauma, biology, ACE scores, societal pressures, SES, historical factors, health challenges, mental health, environmental factors).
3. Maintain professionalism in a human services setting by demonstrating mature judgment, progress on initiatives, and appropriate work habits.
4. Demonstrate dependability, reliability, punctuality and meet deadlines.
(Y1 or S1)
|Introduction to Sociology |
Introduction to Social Work and Human Services
Standards and Practices in Human Services
|Introduction to Case Management |
Sociology of Minorities
Human Services Seminar
Fieldwork: Social Work/Human Services