Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET)

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Welcome to CCDET

Recognized as a strategic and innovative partner for more than three decades, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Center for Career Development and Employability Training (CCDET) offers customized and cost effective services to local, state and federal organizations. We provide:

Strengthening organizational capacity is our goal.  We do it by analyzing the critical issues and then quickly placing either individuals or teams that best meet your needs. Our staff members are highly trained and experienced professionals with expertise in a broad array of subjects.

 

14th Annual FOCUS Conference

 On November 18 and 19, 2015, CCDET staff members, Renee’ Rickert and Sharon Rickords, attended the 14th Annual FOCUS Conference as exhibitors. This conference, sponsored by The Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Quality Assurance (DQA), was held at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center, Wisconsin Dells, WI. The FOCUS 2015 Conference was developed in collaboration with DQA, health care providers and provider association representatives.

Over 900 individuals attended from various assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and facilities serving individuals with intellectual disabilities. DQA staff members were also in attendance.

This conference provides an excellent opportunity for CCDET to share its many training programs and registry services designed for the conference audience including caregiver and dementia related trainings and CBRF (Community Based Residential Facilities) Registry Services. CCDET looks forward to attending this conference again in 2016!

 

Training Now Available!!

Dementia

CCDET, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, has developed several online courses for people whose personal or professional lives are touched by those living with dementia.

Multiple introductory-level courses contain broad-based information including:

    • an overview of different types of dementia including Alzheimer’s disease
    • tips and techniques for communicating with people who are living with dementia
    • interactive scenarios in which learners apply knowledge learned throughout the course

The courses are appropriate for a variety of individuals in the community such as:

    • crisis response personnel
    • healthcare providers
    • family and friends of those living with dementia
    • other members of Wisconsin communities

For more information about which course might be right for you or to register, click on the Wisconsin Dementia Care Project tab on this page or http://www.uwosh.edu/dementia

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by Goodnight, Michael last modified Jan 22, 2016 08:24 AM