What does a Supervised Practicum Program do?

Program Objective

Upon completion of the course, students will: Be able to apply skills that allow them to assess the general mental and physical needs of clients in a rehab setting, and they will be able to assist in working as a team with other technicians, including those in the medical and nursing field in developing essential care plans to serve clients effectively.

Program Description 96 Hours/Certificate

Description: Level VII is designed to allow the student to learn basic skills in regards to their chosen profession. They will learn and apply practical skills in a supervised classroom setting. Practiced skills will include role-playing as a client and a counselor. Students will also learn and practice CPR, First Aid, Vital Signs, general physical and mental assessment of clients.

Course Week Topic
Week I: General Concepts, Chain of Survival
Week II:

Assessment and Diagnosis Role-Playing Exercise

Week III: Treatment Setting and Treatment Planning
Week IV: Individual treatment, Group Treatment, Continuum of care, Family Treatment
Week V:

Role-Playing Exercises

Week VI: Applying Knowledge and Measurement of Success
Exams:

Quizzes and examinations are taken on campus and under supervision