Training for Case Managers
Build your career in Dispute Resolution
Start managing the cases. Get the official training for office and court related work. Something similar to judicial clerkship.
Learn and Work online.
Get in touch with the parties. Assist them in proceedings. Take down notes when required. Assist the neutral to resolve the dispute.
Build your career as an ADR Professional.
Increase your prospects of working as a Neutral and get the practical work experience.
Trainings for case managers are designed to provide individuals with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to effectively manage and coordinate cases within various professional settings. These trainings equip case managers with the competencies needed to support individuals or clients in navigating complex systems and accessing necessary services.
During the training, case managers learn about the principles and best practices of case management, including assessment techniques, goal setting, service planning, resource coordination, and evaluation. They gain a comprehensive understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a case manager and the ethical considerations involved in their work.
The training programs often incorporate interactive exercises, case studies, and role-plays to simulate real-world scenarios. Through these practical experiences, participants develop their communication skills, problem-solving abilities, and critical thinking. They learn how to effectively engage with clients, assess their needs, develop tailored care plans, and advocate on their behalf.
Experienced instructors or trainers guide participants throughout the training, offering valuable insights and sharing their expertise in case management. They provide feedback and support participants in developing the necessary skills to navigate complex cases and facilitate positive outcomes.
Upon completion of the training, participants may receive a certification or accreditation, which serves as recognition of their training and competence as case managers. This certification enhances their professional credibility and demonstrates their commitment to upholding high standards of quality in case management practice.
Overall, trainings for case managers empower individuals to provide effective support and advocacy for clients facing challenging circumstances. By equipping case managers with the necessary knowledge and skills, these trainings contribute to the delivery of comprehensive and coordinated care, fostering positive outcomes for individuals and improving their overall well-being.
Get trained as a Case Manager
Training for Case Managers
Equa has partnered with ‘wPractical’, a platform for practical learning (www.wpractical.com), to impart Paralegal training to you. The 10-day Paralegal Training focuses mainly on practical methods of Alternative Dispute Resolution through online mode. The training shall be imparted by experts in arbitration and mediation though videos and live lectures.
The financial benefits for a Case Manager
A Case Manager gets ₹1000/- per session of dispute resolution at Equa. To know more, visit the transparent Schedule of Fee.
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If you have completed the training, immediately apply for work.
What is case manager training?
A candidate shall undergo 20 Hours of training by experts who are working the field of dispute resolution. Further, 2 hours each day during the training period shall also be required to study the learning resources and preparation.
The certificates shall be awarded to the successful candidates upon passing of the live test by wPractical. However, VDRC shall reserve the final rights to designate a candidate as a paralegal.
Will I get an opportunity to work at Equa as a Case Manager?
You do not get absolute right as the assignments of case management depends upon the clients. When Equa receives plenty of cases for dispute resolution, then it shall require more case managers but when the case are lesser, you do not get continuous assignments.
What is pay structure offered by Equa to its Case Managers?
You shall be paid as per the Schedule of Fee in a transparent manner.
Can I later become an Arbitrator or Mediator at Equa?
Yes, definitely. You will be a better neutral as you would have the experience of working as a Case Manager as well.