Date Posted: August 19, 2014

The Center on Rehabilitation Synergy located at the University at Buffalo, SUNY, is pleased to announce the following ONLINE training program beginning September 8 through October 17, 2014:
Introduction to Supported Employment Series: 6 week, 3-course Job Coach Series

  • Course 1: Orientation to Supported Employment (September 8 -19)
    • gives a history of vocational rehabilitation
    • introduces "person-first" and "disability-sensitive" language
  • Course 2: Job Coach 1 (September 22 - October 6)
    • introduces the dynamics of providing Support Employment services and strategies
  • Course 3: Job Coach 2 (October 6 - 17)
    • student will apply new knowledge to practice writing training plans, as well as implementing a task analysis

Complete registration and process your payment. 

Registration deadline: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 

  • Each course can be taken individually for a cost of $60 each, or taken as a series for a total of $160
  • This course series is sponsored by the "Center for Rehabilitative Synergy" (not the Region 2 TACE Center)
  • It is open to the public and, therefore, there are fees to participate in the courses
  • 6 CRC credit hours will be awarded per course after successful completion, 18 CRC credit hours total

The Center for Rehabilitative Synergy provides a broad range of vocational rehabilitation and educational services to rehabilitation professionals, teachers/school professionals, family members and employers.

If you have any questions, please contact Center on Rehabilitation Synergy:

Center on Rehabilitation Synergy
University at Buffalo
3435 Main Street, 316 Parker Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214-3007
Phone: 716-829-3934

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