Certificate of Recognition:

Human Services—Case Aide

The program prepares students to enter the field as entry-level case aides or assistants in agencies working with a diverse range of clients.

Program Outcomes

Upon completion of this program, successful students will have demonstrated the ability to apply their skills and knowledge in the following ways:
  1. Recognize indications of substance abuse and be familiar with the disease concept and treatment protocols.
  2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing in ways that minimize conflict and maximize clarity with diverse people.
  3. Work collaboratively with others (family members/agency representatives) to solve problems and resolve conflicts.
  4. Access and use a variety of resources and services that match the needs of the individual or family.
  5. Coach and mentor others. Others include co-workers, colleagues, and family members.
  6. Behave professionally and ethically which includes being respectful, reliable, culturally sensitive, respecting a client’s personal boundaries, the rules of confidentiality, and adhering to mandatory reporting laws.
Advisor Office Phone
Cohen, Mirelle Humanities & Student Services 344360.475.7553

Required CoursesCredits
HSSA&101Intro to Addictive Drugs*5
HS107Intro to Human Services*5
HS110Diversity, Ethics & the Law*3
HS112Case Management for CDP*3
HS113CDP Individual Counseling*3
Total Credits Required19

*See course description for prerequisite.

Source: 2013-2014 Olympic College Catalog