Training activities to enhance the quality of OCANs

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Training activities to enhance the quality of OCANs

Learn how you can implement training activities to enhance the quality of OCANs in your organization and what other trainers are doing.

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About this event

This webinar is part 2 of a 2-part train the trainer webinar series: "Strategies to enhance the quality and practical use of OCAN," presented by EENet with Ontario Health and the Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN) Community of Interest.

About this webinar series

Most organizations have designated OCAN trainers to complement Ontario Health’s self-directed OCAN eLearning course. This blended training approach enhances the quality and use of OCAN information to help meet the needs of clients. But what activities can OCAN trainers facilitate to complement the eLearning modules?

Join this two-part, interactive, train-the-trainer webinar series for OCAN trainers, managers and others who are interested. In these sessions, we will review revised training and practice manuals that include activities you can implement to effectively use quality OCAN information to support a recovery approach.

Webinar 1: Practice guidelines for using OCAN content to support client recovery

Wednesday, October 12, 10 am – 12 pm

Get the details and register for part 1:

Webinar 2: Training activities to enhance the quality of OCANs

Wednesday, October 26, 10 am – 12 pm

In this webinar you will:

  • understand the OCAN blended training approach, which combines eLearning and live activities
  • enhance your approach to ensuring that OCANs are completed accurately in your organization
  • learn what other OCAN trainers are doing to support the quality of OCAN in their organizations
  • gain the capacity to develop and implement a training strategy that fits your organization’s culture and workflow

Facilitator: Jennifer Zosky, Clinical Assessment Specialist, Ontario Health

Guest speaker: Annalisa Rasmussen, Clinical Program Manager – Bramalea Care Collaborative and High Priority Community Strategy, Canadian Mental Health Association, Peel Dufferin

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