AODA Certification Program Worksheet 12

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will learn to define, distinguish and recognize the actions of psychoactive drugs as they affect the body; recognize and know the signs and symptoms associated with the different classifications of psychoactive chemicals.

  • Students will know the principles and processes of human physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social development including basic abnormal psychology and effects of chemical usage on growth and development and more specifically women and adolescents.

  • Students will know the historical development of alcohol and other drug abuse treatment including the history of chemical usage in the United States, development of the various treatment modalities and its relationship to the community at large.

  • Students will know how to assess the eligibility requirements and criteria for specific delivery models of service; know what services are offered in each modality with applicable regulations and limits of each; determine when it is appropriate to make referrals to Outpatient, Detoxification, Residential, and Self-Help Groups.

  • Students will demonstrate a practical knowledge of applicable Illinois and Federal laws in particular rules and regulations governing but not limited to: intake protocol, discharge requirements, confidentiality regulations, record keeping, child abuse reporting act, and client and provider rights.

  • Students will be able to assess, analyze and write a bio-psychosocial assessment report and an accompanying treatment plan for chemically dependent or substance abusing individuals.

  • Students will learn the core functions of an alcohol and other drug abuse counselor; apply the unique knowledge and skill base in the execution of Core Functions in an AODA treatment setting.

  • Students will know the requirements of IAODAPCA AODA Counselor Code of Ethics, and be able to apply this Code of Ethics to the Core Functions. 

Program Level Student Learning Outcomes

5200

5201

5202

5203

5204

5205

5206

5207

1

K

A/S

A/S

K

A/S

2

K

K

A/K

K

A/K

K

A/K

K

3

K

K

K

K

S

4

K/A/S

K/A/S

K/A/S

A/S

5

A

A

A

A

6

K/S

K/S

K/S

7

K/S

K/S

K/S

8

A/S

A/S

A/S

A/S

A/S

A

K= Knowledge/Comprehension;   A= Application / Analysis;   S= Synthesis /Evaluation

Indicate for all required courses and experiences for your academic program