Continuing education related to Human Services.

Classes
  • Teepa Livecast (65159)
    ITV
    Ashland
    9/27/2019 - 9/27/2019
    Days & Times: Fri: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    Facility: Seminar/Conference Room Ashlan
    Instructor: WITC NonEmployee
    Fees: $24.98, $4.50 (62 +)
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 19
    Essential Class Information: Watch Teepa Snow, owner/CEO of Positive Approach, as she presents via live stream video from the New ...
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    ITV
    Hayward-Ojibwa
    9/27/2019 - 9/27/2019
    Days & Times: Fri: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    Facility: Hayward, Room 106
    Instructor: WITC NonEmployee
    Fees: $24.98, $4.50 (62 +)
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 10
    Essential Class Information: Watch Teepa Snow, owner/CEO of Positive Approach, as she presents via live stream video from the New ...
  • Teepa Livecast (65160)
    ITV
    Rice Lake
    9/27/2019 - 9/27/2019
    Days & Times: Fri: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    Facility: Conference Room
    Instructor: WITC NonEmployee
    Fees: $24.98, $4.50 (62 +)
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 32
    Essential Class Information: Watch Teepa Snow, owner/CEO of Positive Approach, as she presents via live stream video from the New ...
  • Teepa Livecast (65161)
    ITV
    Superior
    9/27/2019 - 9/27/2019
    Days & Times: Fri: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    Facility: 216 General Classroom Superior
    Instructor: WITC DonatedInstruction
    Fees: $24.98, $4.50 (62 +)
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 12
    Essential Class Information: Watch Teepa Snow, owner/CEO of Positive Approach, as she presents via live stream video from the New ...

Related Courses

  • Introduction to Human Services Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520101

    Students examine the scope, values, and principles of the human service profession. Coursework introduces the typical roles and duties of human services workers. Students assess their own motivations, attitudes, and interests. In addition to the regular classroom hours, volunteer work in a community human services agency is required. Students must complete or have on file current, valid Background Information Disclosure (BID) and Caregiver Background Check (annual Wisconsin and Minnesota) forms, as part of this course.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Interviewing Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520102

    This course provides an introduction to interviewing and recordkeeping skills practiced in human service agencies. Students learn principles and techniques needed to conduct informational and supportive interviews including maintaining clinical records, documenting referrals, staffings, and supervision. Students practice interviewing skills during class.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Ethics in Human Services Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520103

    This course explores the ethical, legal, and professional issues facing the human services worker. It is designed to teach a process of ethical decision-making and to increase awareness of the complexities in practice. Students are introduced to the current state and federal statutes, regulations, and judicial decisions that govern the professional practice in human services. Standards, code of ethics, clients’ rights, and confidentiality are emphasized.

    New Richmond, Online

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Issues in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520104

    Students gain a basic understanding of the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Emphasis is on historical and social perspectives of drug use, trends of use, and legal and social responses to problematic alcohol and illicit drug use. Additionally, this course provides an accurate description of the effects of psychoactive drugs, identifies methods of substance abuse treatment, and introduces the student to local treatment services.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Introduction to Counseling Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520105

    This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the major counseling theories and techniques and applications to various situations. Students will apply concepts and skills through practice in initiating, structuring, and terminating counseling sessions. PREREQUISITE: 10520102 Interviewing.

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2020

  • Methods of Social Casework Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520106

    This course provides an introduction to case management theory, models, and techniques, along with the management and coordination of case records. Key components include intake assessment, creating a plan of service, coordinating care, referral techniques, client self-determination, and ethical issues.

    New Richmond, Online

    Spring 2020

  • Family Systems Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520112

    This course focuses on issues related to families and family functioning relevant to the human services field. Major areas of focus will include child maltreatment, domestic violence, and addiction, with emphasis on relevant helping skills and services.

    New Richmond, Online

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Field Experience 1 Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520113

    Students develop skills as human services professionals by working directly or in-directly with clients in community agencies. This experience is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and behaviors essential for human services workers in the professional setting. An agency supervisor and a faculty member facilitate this learning experience. Students must complete or have on file current, valid Background Information Disclosure (BID) and Caregiver Background Check (annual Wisconsin and Minnesota) forms, as part of this course. PREREQUISITES: 10520101 Intro to Human Services, 10520103 Ethics in Human Services, 10520104 Issues in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, 10520106 Methods of Social Casework AND COREQUISITES: Introduction to Counseling and 10520115 Substance Abuse Assessment and Treatment.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Group Facilitation Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520110

    An introduction to theory and practice of group dynamics and processes are covered in this course. Knowledge areas include ethical considerations, effective group leadership, and stages of group development. Learners will record and critique practice group sessions, function as group members, and demonstrate effective group facilitation skills. COREQUISITE: 10520102 Interviewing.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019

  • Gerontology Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520107

    The focus of this course is on mental health issues, physical health issues, socioeconomic factors, and other issues that impact the aging process and the individual's adaptation to it. Dynamics of the individual, social support systems, community support systems, and the various programs that are in place to help those with special issues in the aging process will be examined.

    Online

    Spring 2020

  • Child and Adolescent Behavior Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520108

    This course examines issues related to child development, juvenile delinquency, and mental health. The course will explore healthy and appropriate child development and issues such as abuse and neglect, which alter development. Juvenile delinquency will explore common behavioral concerns of adolescents and what treatment options exist. Finally, prevalent mental health issues of children and adolescents will be explored as well as treatment including common medications.

    New Richmond, Online

    Spring 2020

  • Field Experience 2 Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520114

    Students continue their on-the-job training in a community agency. Additional hands-on experiences working with clients and agency staff provide students with the opportunity to apply and refine skills learned in coursework areas. An agency supervisor and a faculty member facilitate this learning experience. Students must complete or have on file current, valid Background Information Disclosure (BID) and Caregiver Background Check (annual Wisconsin and Minnesota) forms, as part of this course. PREREQUISITE: 10520113 Field Experience 1.

    Offered Collegewide

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Substance Abuse Assessment and Treatment Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10520115

    This course will gain further understanding of substance abuse and dependence, assessment and treatment interventions. Emphasis is on assessment, diagnostics, and treatment of substance use disorders. Students will also gain further understanding of levels of care, community-based sober support, referrals and family system interventions. PREREQUISITE: 10520104 Issues in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse

    Offered Collegewide

    Spring 2020

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Human Services
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Continuing Education