My Continuing Education Log
(All Years)

Name: {%First Name%} {%Last Name%}

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Total  Current Year (2017): {%CLIENT: Total Number of Hours 2017 CE%}



Date(s):
Activity
Hours
Institution/Presenter/Organization
or Organization/Publication


07/14/2017
Category C


Work Place Training
Med- Access Computer program necessary for Primary Health Care Connecting to Care Team
0
0
6

10/13/2016 - 10/14/2016


Category A
Level 1 Family Assessment Training

14
0
0
J.Kevin Cameron


01/01/2016 - 09/30/2016
Category C


Medical Social Work - Peer Group. Each Monday for 1 hour attended a peer organized/ran group directed towards informing and educating peers on each specialized ward/area of expertise, or any new training received relevant to medical social work.
0
0
22

February 6,2017, February13, 2017,February 21,2017, February 27.2017,March 6,2017,February 13,2017, February 20, 17,February 27, 17


Category A
Cognitive Behjavioural Therapy Webinar

12
0
0
Jack Hirose and Associates Inc-Jeff Riggenbach PhDF LPC


July 12 and 13, 2017
Category C


Occupational Health and Safety training-Saskatoon
0
0
12

February 28,2017


Category A
Child Abuse Protocol

2
0
0
Rod Mckendrik - policing - Regina
06/10/2016


Category A
The Impact of Trauma and Trauma Informed Care Workshop

7
0
0
Duane Bowers
11/19/2016-11/20/2016


Category A
Professional Assault Response Training

15
0
0
Prairie North Health Region
01/30/2017


Category A
Training on Underage and Forced Marriages, "honour" based violence and female genital mutilation/cutting for victim services and child Protection services

2
0
0
Department of Justice, Government of Canada, presented by Webcast Canada

22/04/2016-23/04/2016


Category A
Autism Awareness Center

16
0
0
Zones of regulation and Social Learning Conference offered through the Autism Awareness Center
04/20/2017 - 04/21/2017


Category A
Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment & Trauma Response/Maureen Elias & Viviana Ruiz-Arcand & Jason Young/Northern Lights School Division

14
0
0
Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) Level I Certificate - In 2001 Lethbridge College in collaboration with J. Kevin Cameron, Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Behavioural Sciences Branch developed and piloted the highly successful Threat Assessment Training Program that has become the standard of practice for K to 12 school across Canada. This training program is organized to allow school, college, and university employees and other community professionals to be trained to the degree necessary for them to be part of safe site planning and functional members of a multidisciplinary violence threat/risk assessment team.
09/08/2016


Category A
Infection Prevention & Control

1
0
0
Sunrise Health Region
12/13/2016


Category A
Trauma and Attachment Webinar

1
0
0
Saskatchewan Prevention Institute


06/21/2017
Category C


I watched an archived webinar titled Supercharge Your Listening Skills. It was presented by Eileen Chachicle through Charity Village. It was originally presented on April 27, 2017.
0
0
1


03/18/2017

Category B

- mentoring social work students at an interdisciplinary student-run health clinic
0
4
0

Student's Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH)


06/06/2017 - 06/06/2017
Category C


Truth and Reconciliation Workshop
0
0
4

03/29/2017


Category A
Mental Health Professional Development Night

2
0
0
Canadian Mental Health Association: Presenter
YWCA Regina: Hosting Organization
3/30/2017


Category A
Privacy and Access Training for Professionals

2.5
0
0
Presented at Saskpolytechnic,
10/05/2017


Category A
Helping Kids & Teens with OCD- Documentary Unstick:an OCD Kids Movie

1
0
0
University of Alberta/ Dr. Janet Caryk & Dr. Wes Miller/ Dept. of Psychiatry


06/06/2016 - 06/08/2016
Category C


WOW/WAVE training through Saskatoon Health Region
0
0
24


09/06/2016-12/08/2016

Category B

Supervised Social Work Practicum Student
0
40
0

University of Regina
12/06/2016

07/05/2016-07/30/2016
Category C
Gangs and Drugs

Self-directed learning- The Effective Parent by Don Dinkmeyer, Gary D McKay, Don Dinkmeyer Jr, James S Dinkmeyer and Joyce L McKay
1
0
5
Prairie North Health Region
01/17/2017


Category A
Overdose and Naloxone Education Training

1.5
0
0
Saskatchewan Ministry of Health -- taken from Donna at Mayfair Clinic.


03/11/2017
Category C


SASW Habitat for Humanity Build Day
0
0
8

03/21/2017-03/22/2017


Category A
SK Indigenous HIV Conference: Indigenous Women's Traditional Roles

15
0
0
Conference was put on by ALL NATIONS HOPE. I attended two keynote speakers, as well as the following workshops: Cedar Baths: Traditional Healing, Implementing the Medicine Wheel: personally & professionally, Eight Two-Spirit Teachings, and Harm Reduction is Part of Our Traditions.
11/07/2016


Category A
Domestic Violence: The Challenge of Taking Account of the Interests of Children

1
0
0
Presented by the U of R faculty of Arts program
06/14/2017


Category A
School Social Workers Seminar

4
0
0
Kairos Blanket Exercise presented by Natasha Isaac/Gang presentation by Sgt. Dunn from the Prince Albert City Police
05/16/2017


Category A
An Evening of Education: Driving and Dementia

2
0
0
This evening of education was presented by Jayne Sexton from SGI and was arranged and put on by the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan

04/08/2017

Category B

- mentoring social work students at an interdisciplinary health care clinic
0
4
0

Student's Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH)


06/28/2017 - 06/28/2017
Category C


Edge Social Services - Generations in the Workplace Mini Series - CAREER PATHS
0
0
1.5

06/15/2017


Category A
Medical Assistance in Dying Training Session

1
0
0
Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

04/10/2016 - 05/10/2016

Category B

Supervised Saskatchewan Polytechnic Youth Care Diploma Practicum Student
0
172
0

Turning Leaf Community Support Services Inc.


01/24/2017 - 01/25/2017 - 01/26/2017 - 02/14/2017 - 02/15/2017 - 02/16/2017
Category C


Ministry of Social Services/ Child and Family Programs, Core training, Modules 5 and 6. Module 5 was entitled case work administration. We learned about PRIDE which is a model that MSS/CFP uses to recruit foster parents, manage their homes, monitor their progress and any issues or concerns around the care of the children. It is also the same model we use for adoptive families and people wanting to adopt children. Module 6 involves legal proceedings and the court process, which is centered around court orders for children and the types of things that happen when protection workers need to attend court.
MSS Core training is a seminar setting with a large group. There is lots of discussion and real world examples, videos, readings, and learning exercises/activities as well as some role playing.
0
0
48



05/25/2016
Category C


Educating others about Social Work -
Held an informational afternoon to help parents who have children with a disability learn about what resources are available to them.
0
0
4

02/01/2016 - 02/05/2016


Category A
Therapeudic Crisis Intervention

40
0
0
Ranch Ehrlo Society


09/09/2016-09/15/2016
Category C


Self directed learning - Making Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Work (second edition) by Deborah Roth Ledley, Brian P Marx and Richard G Heimberg
0
0
8

03-18-2017


Category A
Breaking the Silence Conference

8
0
0
College of Education U of S


05/04/2016-11/02/2016
Category C


Training in Person Centered approach to care. Offered through clinical support leader training meetings at my workplace, Ranch Ehrlo Society.
0
0
8

05102017-05112017-05122017


Category A
Narrative Therapy Workshop

18
0
0
University of Regina Continuing Education
09/12/2016


Category A
TLR ( Transferring, Lifting & Repositioning)

3.5
0
0
Sunrise Health Region

04/22/2017

Category B

- mentoring social work students at an interdisciplinary health care clinic
0
4
0

Student's Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH)


07/20/2017
Category C


Coaching Strategies for Leaders Webinar
Trainer: Eric Stutzman
Effective leaders inspire positive growth, change and healthy work relationships. This webinar focuses on providing leaders with a set of tools to bring out the best in the people they lead. It will examine the mindset necessary to lead others through the difficult moments they encounter in their working careers. Participants will learn a coaching model for working with their employees to enable changes in behaviour, promote performance and resolve conflict.
0
0
1



07/24/2017
Category C


Access to medical services alone does not create optimal health for children, youth and their families. The link between social factors and health outcomes are now strongly established. Factors such as social inclusion, freedom from discrimination and violence and access to economic resources have a significant impact on the mental health of children and youth. This primer webinar offers a basic introduction to the social determinants; the impact on children and youth with complex mental health. Using a health equity lens, the webinar also explores some promising practices used for working with children and youth with complex mental health needs.
Presenters: Zahra Ismail H.BSc., M.P.H., Policy Analyst, CMHA Ontario
0
0
1

02/28/2017 - 02/28/2017


Category A
Professional Assault Response Training - Basic

9
0
0
Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health
05/10/2017-05/12/2017


Category A
Saskatchewan School-Based Mental Health Conference

18
0
0
Jack Hirose in partnership with Lives in the Balance
03/14/2017


Category A
Nutrition and Cognitive Health Seminar

2
0
0
Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan Inc.
05/02/2016 - 05/04/2016


Category A
Trauma Informed Expressive Arts Therapy Level One Training

20
0
0
Cathy Malchiodi
03/28/2017


Category A
Social Work Grief and Loss

4.5
0
0
Saskatoon Health Region Social Work Education Committee
03/02/2017-03/03/2017


Category A
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

16
0
0
Living Works


01/01/2016-24/01/2016
Category C


Self Directed Learning -
Read
Focus on the 90%
Darci Lang
0
0
8