Training for case managers in Slovenia completed successfully

EuroCoop, Institute for European research and development has in the period from 26th of May to 5th of June organised a series of workshops training within the Leonardo da Vinci transfer of innovation project »Case management in the promotion of employment and health care«.

EuroCoop, Institute for European research and development has in the period from 26th of May to 5th of June organised a series of workshops training within the Leonardo da Vinci transfer of innovation project »Case management in the promotion of employment and health care«.

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Even though the training initially focused on youth workers as a focus group, it has been attended by 12 trainees coming from a variety of different professional fields (youth work, vocational rehabilitation, career centres counselling, psychology and NGOs in the field of employment promotion). The training was divided into 6 intensive days of lectures, discussions, group work and brainstorming about broader topic of case management and more specifically about case management introduction in Slovenia, problems of unemployed youth, counselling and career advising, networking and assessment and recognition of non-formal learning to name just a few.

As the problems faced by our trainees in their professional work are so diverse, the training tried to incorporate and highlight different perspectives, skills, knowledge, and experiences needed to be a good case manager. With that in mind, we invited three lecturers from two very important institutions in Slovenia covering the fields of adult education and vocational rehabilitation – Slovenian Institute for Adult Education (SIAE) and University Rehabilitation Institute of Republic of Slovenia Soča. This has enriched the training delivered by EuroCoop’s case management trainer Urban Boljka.

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The overall impression of the workshops has been one of general satisfaction and optimism about introduction of (at least) some of case management elements into Slovene employment programmes, policies and strategies. Nevertheless, the trainees pointed out that several elements of case management approach are already in use although not necessarily applied systematically.

Future issues that need to be addressed are undoubtedly linked to the questions of how to develop an awareness of importance of case management in solving the rising unemployment problems, how to develop strategies to boost the chances of case management implementation in social protection system and particularly institutions dealing with employment promotion and how to mainstream case management in the design of relevant Slovene employment and social protection policies, programmes and services.

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