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CNESST et clientèle accidentée : intervention en réadaptation et réintégration au travail

L’accompagnement de la clientèle de la CNESST en situation de réadaptation et réinsertion au travail pose des défis de pratique particuliers, notamment en raison de la complexité des mandats, des enjeux organisationnels et de la clientèle et des facteurs liés au retour au travail à la suite d’une absence maladie. Pourtant un nombre restreint de professionnel.le.s du DDC sont réellement formé.e.s pour aborder ces mandats.

Au terme de cette formation, vous aurez développé ou rafraîchit vos connaissances en lien avec l’intervention auprès d’une clientèle accidentée ou en situation de handicap, en plus d’avoir une vision d’ensemble de la réalité des mandats CNESST octroyés aux professionnel.les de l’orientation et du DDC (c.0./c.e) et des enjeux entourant une collaboration avec cet assureur. De plus vous aurez exploré en profondeur le parcours de l’intervenant et du client sur la route des mandats de détermination d’emploi convenables et de recheche d’emploi. Enfin, vous repartirez avec une foule de trucs et astuces afin de développer un argumentaire solide (ex: rédaction du rapport) et proposer des solutions de retour au travail adéquats, en de plus de repartir avec une banque d’outils concrets.

Cette formation, qui est présentée pour une 3e année dans notre calendrier des formations, en est une complètement renouvelée, à laquelle s’ajoute un 3e module et un aspect pratique qui est maintenant au premier plan : à chaque module, une étude de cas vous serez proposée afin d’intégrer les notions présentées.

Module 1 : Mise en contexte des mandats CNESST en contexte de DDC et intervention auprès d’une clientèle accidentée ou en situation de handicap. Module 2 : Démarche d’exploration professionnelle et de recherche d’emploi pour les fournisseurs CNESST. Module 3 : Trucs, astuces, bonnes pratiques et particularités des mandats CNESST en contexte de DDC.

**Information importante : Cette formation est destinée à des personnes qui n’ont pas ou peu d’expérience professionnelle auprès des personnes travailleuses de la CNESST. Elle est également idéale pour les organismes qui offrent les services de la CNESST et qui désirent former plus en profondeur son équipe d’intervenants.

  • Language: French

Date

Oct 25 2024

Time

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Oct 25 2024
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost

$500.00

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L’Association québécoise des professionnels du développement de carrière
Email
aqpddc@gmail.com
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