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Many institutions recognize the need for formalized case management positions to better actively support students with mental health concerns. Some institutions support this need by having the Dean of Students or members of Behavioral Intervention Teams wear multiple hats. However, full-time case managers are able to provide focused and consistent support by following up with students, frequently communicating with them, and advocating for their needs.
This webcast will help you answer the following questions:
- How is a formalized Case Manager position structured and defined?
- What are the responsibilities of this position, and who will this person report to?
- How can you take your current model and successfully integrate a formalized Case Manager position?
Defining Your New Case Manager Role:
- Candidate Credentials
- Primary Responsibilities
- Reporting Structure
- Level of Authority
Who should attend?
This online training is designed for institutions who are in the process of developing a new case manager role. This content will benefit:
- Deans of students
- Behavior intervention team members
- Student affairs leadership
- Human resource managers
- Campus social workers
- Residence life staff
- Case managers
Senior Student Affairs Case Manager and Chair for the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) at San José State University