Job Placement Provision: Key Factors and Challenges

Job Placement Provision: Key Factors and Challenges

6 CE Clock Hours

$150 List Price
$90 Savings Plan Member Price

COURSE OBJECTIVE
Provide a deeper understanding of current practices in job placement and how the process can be improved to help guide decisions about job placement, including planning and/or providing services.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Throughout this course, you will analyze case studies focusing on different aspects of job placement provision. Based on interviews with rehabilitation counselors, supervisors, and administrators in five different states, course content is supplemented with additional literature from the knowledge base on job placement. Interviews are focused on:

  • Job placement;
  • Process of working with community rehabilitation providers (CRPs) to contract for services;
  • Decisions about who should provide the placement services; and
  • Common issues impacting placement success.

 

COURSE INSTRUCTORS
Allison R. Fleming, PhD, CRC   (click here for Dr. Fleming's bio)

Garrett E. Huck, PhD, CRC, LPC    (click here for Dr. Huck's bio)

Brian N. Phillips, PhD, CRC   (click here for Dr. Phillips' bio)

 

COMPLETION REQUIREMENT
At the end of this course, there will be a final examination. Once successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.

 

IF YOU LIKE THIS COURSE, YOU SHOULD ALSO TAKE:

  • Employer Engagement
  • Motivational Interviewing and Individual Placement Support Tools
  • Principles of Case Management in the State/Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Setting
  • Transition: Creating a Career-Exploration Curriculum
  • Vocational Evaluation: What Do You Want to Know?



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