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Mission Statement

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Learning and Development family is committed to progressing and developing the skills of all associates. Learning and Development is where knowledge meets our 9 Core Values and creates unique learning opportunities, which continue to support the culture and tradition of Choctaw Nation.


Our Philosophy of Learning and Development

“An education which acknowledges the full intellectual and social meaning of a vocation would include instruction in the historic background of present conditions; training in science to give intelligence and initiative in dealing with material and agencies of production; and study of economics, civics, and politics, to bring the future worker into touch with the problems of the day and the various methods proposed for its improvement. Above all, it would train power of readaptation to changing conditions so that future workers would not become blindly subject to a fate imposed upon them.”

-Excerpt from John Dewey’s Democracy in Education (1916).

Foundations of Case Management


Through this interactive, engaging training program attendees will gain knowledge from their trainer and from fellow participants’ knowledge and expertise in the field of Case Management. Case Management Process training will be the base of the training and highlight the areas of Safety, Confidentiality and Ethics, Effective Documentation, Engaging and Interviewing Skills, General Assessment, Planning and Goal Setting, Implementation phase, & Disengagement and Closure.

Additional subjects in the Foundations of Case Management trainings are Cultural Competency, Trauma, Self-care and Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR) Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Crisis Situations.

The Learning & Development trainers have also invited Subject Matter Experts to assist in the learning atmosphere and provide practical applications of the skills taught in the Foundations of Case Management training.

The sessions consist of four 6-hour days spread out over four weeks. Each session will be from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Applications are no longer being accepted for this round of 'Foundations of Case Management'. Information on the next round of classes will be posted here when it becomes available.