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This course delivers evidence based practice and will introduce participants to core skills, concepts and strategies required to facilitate initial classification assessments, reviews of classification, change of placements, classification processes, and legislation. Behaviour management, programs, case planning, SORC and its sub-committees will also be covered, along with specialised programs.
The training will be delivered in a classroom setting and assessment activities will be conducted to ensure all learning outcomes have been achieved.
The course will provide relevant staff (ie Senior Classification & Placement Officers (SCAPO), CAPOs and Functional Managers) involved in the Classification & Placement process with the knowledge and skills to be able to facilitate the classification process, determine eligibility for a range of programs and successfully lead a range of committees and meetings.
At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to:
Substantive Senior Correctional Officers, SCAPOs, CAPOS, or SAS Functional Managers who are going to be rotated into the Functional Manager Case Management role, who are identified by their Governor or Manager of Security/SAS Security as requiring training in order to be rostered to the Functional Manager Case Management role or Classification & Placement Officer position. Once this is confirmed by Classification & Placement Branch, note placement onto the course is by invitation only.
Custodial Training Unit
Classification and Placement Branch