Frequently Asked Questions on Pre-Employment Transition Services organized by topic areas.
Each webinar in this series highlights one the five required pre-employment transition (pre-ets) required activities: To register and view these recorded webinars, please visit the following link(s) to each webinar: Job Exploration Counseling Work-Based Learning Experiences (WBLE) Counseling on Opportunities for Enrollment in Comprehensive Transition or Postsecondary Educational Programs at Institutions of Higher Education Workplace Readiness Training Instruction in Self-Advocacy …
The What to Know About Transition Services for Students and Youth with Disabilities Fact Sheet was created to address the compatible outcome goals and policy priorities identified in the 2020 Youth Transition Plan and provides a quick glance of available resources.
An overview of the Pre-ETS Guide for Collaboration Among State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies and Education Partners guide and highlights the main sections of the guide as well as resources and strategies for using it as a tool to enhance and strengthen VR education partnerships at the state and local levels.
Developed for local educators and VR counselors to develop a systematic process for working together to enhance student employment outcomes.
Information to improve coordination of workforce preparation activities and employment services between the the VR and WIOA Youth programs to more effectively serve youth with disabilities.
Provides an overview, includes applicable definitions, outlines the scope of services, providing or arranging for pre-employment transition services, required, coordination and authorized pre-employment transition service activities.
A Focus On Transition Community Rehabilitation Providers (CRPs) have long delivered services that support the transition of students with disabilities from high school to competitive integrated employment. These services have been provided in a variety of settings (i.e., schools, community, and businesses) and supported by funding from a variety of sources (i.e., school districts, Vocational Rehabilitation, Medicaid), typically as students …