Supported Employment: Preparing High School Students for Successful Employment Outcomes
January 24 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Center on Transition Innovations :
“Supported Employment: Preparing High School Students for Successful Employment Outcomes” course is an introductory overview to the supported employment process. This course is designed to provide secondary educators of students with disabilities the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary for the development of effective meaningful paid employment opportunities. These online lessons contain video lectures, readings and resources that can be used to equip educators with the knowledge and skills for the transition to supported employment.
*Please note that this is NOT a self-paced course. You will have assignments and due dates that must be adhered to.
This course consists of six weekly lessons starting January 24 – March 6. Each lesson will be available every Monday morning by 10:00 a.m. The course web site is always available, and a participant may log in at any time in order to view content, listen to the lectures, and complete the assignments. Each lesson will require approximately 5-6 hours of time to complete.
To Register click here. Registration is open to the first 100 who enroll.