The eligibility review process is a series of detailed steps and procedures that must be followed in order to assess and investigate Ontario Works eligibility and referrals.
This three-day workshop will provide you with guides and tips to conducting an investigation, reviewing the differences between civil, provincial offences and criminal prosecutions, the use of discretion when deciding upon the pursuit of a judicial outcome and many other facets of the ERO world.
This is your opportunity to work with the Ontario Works legislation, applying it to case studies in preparation for carrying out an investigation from the initial receipt of the tip/information to the final outcome.
This course is designed for new and more experienced EROs, supervisors and front-line staff.
April 29 to May 1, 2019
Niagara Region Offices, Riley Room
5853 Peer Street
Niagara Falls, Ontario
By April 12: $1,050+HST
After April 12: $1,150+HST
By April 12: $1,335+HST
After April 12: $1,435+HST
Bring this Workshop In-House
Contact Christie Herrington
Cathy Brown has been employed by Grey County Social Services since 1989 and has been an Eligibility Review Officer for the past 16 years. In collaboration with OMSSA, she developed and has been facilitating the ERO Core Curriculum since its inception in 2005.