Learn more about Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) in the 3-part micro training series.
Join us for Part 3 of exploring issues that can impact the mental health of individuals who have reached the developmental period associated with transition services.
This webinar will review key elements from the revised set aside determination guide and Pre-ETS strategic planning guide and how these work in concert for planning.
Learn how shifting the power differential in the youth-transition relationship from being the “adult” to being an active adult ally supports student and youth engagement and meaningful involvement.
Join us for Part 2 as we go deeper into the conversation! We will look at what are transition services and pre-employment transition services, the importance of the MOA/MOU collaboration between State Vocational Rehabilitation agencies and Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation agencies and how to better serve our students and youth with disabilities.
This webinar will provide information on the national trends in data related to pre-employment transition services and implications for students with disabilities and the broader Vocational Rehabilitation program.
This webinar is the second in a series exploring issues that can impact the mental health of individuals who have reached the developmental period associated with transition services.
During this webinar NTACT:C staff will briefly highlight the recently developed Collaboration Framework which is designed to support operationalizing collaboration at the state, local, and student/youth levels.
This webinar will focus on the nature of college and career readiness supports among youth with IEPs, on 504 plans, and without disabilities using the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012 data.
This webinar will provide a synthesis of information gained from state personnel across Career Technical Education (CTE), Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), and Special Education (SpEd) interviewed regarding how their state developed collaborative processes across CTE, VR, and SpEd agencies/offices.