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  • 10/03/18 Using Explore-Work.com Pre-Employment Transition Services Online Modules
    This 30 minute recorded webinar provides an overview and demonstration of Explore-Work.com. WINTAC has worked with Employment Resources, Inc. (ERI), the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of Wisconsin-Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute (SVRI) to design a series of web-based modules that align with the five required WIOA Pre-Employment Transition Services activities for use with students with disabilities.Closed Captioning will stream during the recording. A copy of the transcript is also available upon request. Presentation materials are available for download once registered. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located in the Weblinks pod on the site.

Event: Using Explore-Work.com Pre-Employment Transition Services Online Modules

When: Available on Demand. This is a pre-recorded webinar

To register and view this recorded webinar, visit this link 

Introductory Guide to Explore-Work.Com

  • Discussion of state strategies for supporting students with the most significant disabilities to participate in Work-Based Learning Experiences.

    WINTAC's Pre-Employment Transition Services and Supported Employment Topic Area teams are hosting regional calls to give states an opportunity to share strategies for providing work based learning experiences for students with the most significant disabilities who may need additional onsite support services beyond the scope of pre-employment transition services.  States can ask  questions and share practices with colleagues in other states. View this link for details on the dates and times to join this conversation.

WEBINARS:

  • 03/02/18: On the Right Track Part 2 State Strategies: Tracking & Reporting Pre-Employment Transition Services

    In this recorded webinar, the WINTAC Pre-Employment Transition Services team and the Common Performance and Reporting team is hosting the Alaska and Maryland State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies to share their strategies for the tracking and reporting of pre-employment transition services. Our State partners will share their processes for capturing the information necessary for accurate reporting, including policies, procedures, and internal controls, as well as opportunities and recommendations for tracking outcomes for potentially eligible students with disabilities who receive pre-employment transition services.

    Closed Captioning will stream during the recording. A copy of the transcript is also available upon request. Presentation materials are available for download once registered. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located in the Weblinks pod on the site. One CRC credit will be awarded upon completion and submission of your evaluation.

    Event: On the Right Track Part 2 State Strategies: Tracking & Reporting Pre-Employment Transition Services

    When: On Demand: This is a pre-recorded webinar

    To register and view this recorded webinar, visit this link

  • 02/07/18: On the Right Track Part 1: Tracking & Reporting Pre-Employment Transition Services

    In this recorded webinar, the WINTAC Pre-Employment Transition Services team is hosting our WINTAC partner at the National Disability Institute Rachel Anderson, who is the technical assistance & training manager and subject matter expert for performance reporting. Part one of this webinar series will focus on the required data elements for tracking and reporting pre-employment transition services for both in-house and purchased services. Requirements and ideas for capturing the information necessary for accurate reporting, including policies, procedures, and internal controls, as well as opportunities and recommendations for tracking outcomes for potentially eligible students will be highlighted.

    Closed Captioning will stream during the recording. A copy of the transcript is also available upon request. Presentation materials are available for download once registered. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located in the Weblinks pod on the site. One CRC credit will be awarded upon completion and submission of your evaluation.

    Be sure to stay tuned for part two of this Webinar Series on the Tracking and Reporting of Pre-Employment Transition Services where Alaska and Maryland will share their state strategies for meeting these reporting requirements.

    Event: On the Right Track Part 1: Tracking & Reporting Pre-Employment Transition Services

    When: On Demand: This is a pre-recorded webinar

    To register and view this recorded webinar, visit this link.

  • Pre-Employment Transition Services: SEA Formal Interagency Agreement Webinar
  • This is a pre-recorded webinar available on demand and presented by the WINTAC Pre-ETS team, RSA, NTACT, and Nevada VR and DOE. In this webinar presenters share information on the requirements of the Formal Interagency agreement, background, the requirements under IDEA that align with the agreement, the toolkit to assist in the development of the agreement, and Nevada's experience revising their SEA agreement to be consistent with WIOA.

    Closed Captioning will stream during the recording. A copy of the transcript is also available upon request. Presentation materials are available for download once registered. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located in the Web links pod on the site. One CRC credit will be awarded upon completion and submission of your evaluation.

    This Webinar is Pre-Recorded and available On Demand.

    To register and view this recorded webinar, visit this link

  • Pre-Employment Transition Services: State Implementation - Three State Strategies, Challenges, and Lesson Learned
    In this recorded webinar, the WINTAC Pre-Employment Transition Services team, along with representatives from Alaska, Maryland, and Nebraska, share their implementation strategies and challenges related to implementation of Section 113 (Pre-Employment Transition Services) of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

    Presentation materials are available for download once registered. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located in the Weblinks pod on the site. One CRC credit will be awarded upon completion and submission of your evaluation.

    This Webinar is Pre-Recorded and available On Demand.

    To register and view this recorded webinar, visit this link.

  • Joint Webinar on Career Counseling for Students with Significant Disabilities: Strategies for Success

    When: June 8, 2017 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Topic: Career Counseling for Students with Significant Disabilities:  Strategies for Success WINTAC and NTACT are partnering to present a June 8th live webinar on the topic of Career Counseling for Students with Significant Disabilities.

    To view this recorded webinar, visit this link.
     

  • Pre-Employment Transition Services
    Archived webinar, done in collaboration with PATTEN, that gives an overview of Pre-employment transition services, outlines cross Technical Assistance Centers collaboration , and features examples from state VR agencies in California, Delaware, DC, New Hampshire, & Pennsylvania.

    You will be able to download the transcript and slides of the presentation.

  • Competitive Integrated Employment Products & Tools: An NTACT/WINTAC Infomercial
    NTACT has partnered with practitioners in the field and the WINTAC to develop Competitive Integrated Employment resources. The focus of the resources is planning and implementing employment preparation activities for secondary students with disabilities.
    When:  February 9, 2017 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
     
  • VR & School Partnerships to create Community-Based Work Experience Opportunities for Students and Youth with Complex Support Needs
    Join staff from the national technical assistance centers on this webinar on strategies for partnerships between schools and vocational rehabilitation to support students with high support needs in community-based work.
    When: March 9, 2017 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
     
  • Joint Youth TAC Webinar: A Snapshot of Youth-Focused Technical Assistance Centers:A Guided Tour of the Intersections and Distinctions Across Five of the Nation’s Disability and Youth-Focused TA Centers.
    This webinar is captioned and captioning is included in the archived recording, accessible from the link above. A transcript of this webinar is also available.
  • OSEP/RSA: Transition-Related Changes to the VR Program Regulations
  • On October 13, 2016, RSA and OSEP held a webinar focused specifically on transition-related changes under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). The webinar focused on transition-related changes to the VR program regulations, as amended by WIOA including: transition-related definitions for pre-employment transition services and transition services; the scope of pre-employment transition services, group and individualized transition services; the formal interagency agreement between State educational agencies and VR agencies; and limitations on the use of subminimum wage.
  • Transition Academy through University of Wisconsin Stout
    The Transition Academy is a suite of self-paced elearning courses designed for teachers, counselors, and other specialists helping youth and young adults navigate the transition to independent living, continuing education, and work.
    Courses are characterized by: video instruction, coaching, and collaboration opportunities; strategic assessments; and helpful tools designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to maximize outcomes for our youth and young adults with disabilities. These courses are available any time and offer a practical orientation emphasizing the implementation of skills and strategies. 

 

Community of Practice:  

  • Discussion of state strategies for supporting students with the most significant disabilities to participate in Work-Based Learning Experiences.
  • WINTAC's Pre-Employment Transition Services and Supported Employment Topic Area teams are hosting regional calls to give states an opportunity to share strategies for providing work based learning experiences for students with the most significant disabilities who may need additional onsite support services beyond the scope of pre-employment transition services.States can askquestions and share practices with colleagues in other states. View this link for details on the dates and times to join this conversation.

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