The module 6 training of the Life Care Planning program focuses on the forensic aspects of life care planning as well as offer our students invaluable hands-on experience and networking opportunities. This year both trainings will be delivered virtually.
Canadian Module 6-Virtual Training: June 5, 2021 (Virtual Online)
United States Module 6-Virtual Training: June 5, 2021 (Virtual Online)
In order to qualify to take this course and attend the onsite training, you only need to complete Life Care Planning Courses 1 and 2 and 1 additional course (3, 4, or 5).
Life Care Planning Course 6: The Onsite Training
The onsite training will provide participants with a chance to experience the consultation and testimony process as well as an opportunity to work through several exercises in ethical decision making. In this practical setting, students perform a series of applied exercises that allow them to bring together and utilize all of the theoretical knowledge and skills learned during the online experience. Participants receive training in testimony and participate in a mock testimony experience to affirm the student’s eventual role as an expert. The onsite program also grants students the opportunity to socially network and interact directly with some of the most experienced and well known life care planners in North America.
This course is offered for two reasons:
- It is required for certification (Certified Life Care Planner).
- The training content for forensics and developing and evaluating Life Care Plans is most effective through interaction between trainers and participants.
As indicated, this course includes a forensics emphasis and also, we include an in-depth focus on the process of planning, developing, and evaluating life care plans. It also involves networking with experienced life care planners, active discussion, and small group working sessions appropriate to the group of participants.
The onsite course is 2 days (16 hours – usually Friday and Saturday) plus a 4 hour homework assignment prior to coming to the course. For Canadian students, the second day is focused in Canadian law, forensic practices, and vocational issues (our trainer from Canada is an experienced, qualified, and certified life care planner).
Stay tuned and continue to visit the website for upcoming dates.