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CES Customized Employment & Employment Services for People on the Autism Spectrum Bundle is a Course

CES Customized Employment & Employment Services for People on the Autism Spectrum Bundle

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Full course description

Core Curriculum

Customized Employment 

Lesson 1: What Makes a Successful Employment Specialist
Lesson 2: The Power of Discovery
Lesson 3: Planning for Customized Employement
Lesson 4: Employment Development
Lesson 5: Systematic Instruction and Job Site Training
Lesson 6: Post-Employment Support
Lesson 7: A Pocket Guide to Legislation

Employment Services for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum 

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are becoming more prevalent in this country. Unfortunately, many individuals on the autism spectrum experience challenges throughout their employment process.

This course addresses important factors to consider when providing employment services to individuals on the autism spectrum such as career planning, job development, and job site accommodations.

Lesson 1: Autism Spectrum Disorders: Beyond the Stereotypes 
Lesson 2: Strategies for Career Planning
Lesson 3: Networking
Lesson 4: Collaborating to Build Careers
Lesson 5: Promoting Job Retention

Benefits of the College of Employment Services

Everyone deserves the chance to find rewarding employment. That’s the goal – and the promise – of the College of Employment Services. Our curriculum helps employment professionals learn to guide individuals through the job search, job matching, and job retention process. The benefits stretch far beyond immediate purchasers and end-users.

For state and local agencies.

With tight budgets and strict performance requirements, the demands on your agency are greater than ever. So it’s crucial for you to recruit and retain quality employment-services professionals. The College of Employment Services delivers online training that is far more affordable than traditional classroom instruction. Our curriculum meets national competencies and standards, and it’s built by the experts at the Institute for Community Inclusion. So it’s a powerful tool to help you meet or exceed new state and federal mandates while balancing your budget.

For employment providers.

Your goal is to assist the individuals you serve in finding fulfilling work – and the College of Employment Services is the most effective, affordable way to make that happen. Our online curriculum enables your employees to meet the needs of your diverse customer base, while also fulfilling employers’ hiring goals. The training is built on nationally accepted standards of competency and ethics. So it can validate the work you do in the community, and enable you to have a real impact on the lives of job seekers with disabilities or other barriers to employment. And unlike other systems, your employees will have access to the entire curriculum throughout your subscription period.

For employment-services professionals.

The work you do is important – and you deserve the chance to build a rich, rewarding career helping people with disabilities and other challenges find fulfilling work. The College of Employment Services lets you complete training on your own schedule, right from your own computer. We offer a full spectrum of on-demand courses

that give you research-supported skills and practical knowledge. Our curriculum is designed to help you build your career path and prepare for certification.

For individuals with disabilities.

The job market can be an overwhelming place for anyone – but it can be especially challenging for people who have disabilities or other barriers. The College of Employment Services provides training to employment-services professionals who can help you navigate job hunting, interview preparation, accommodations, and more. Professionals trained by our program can help you get on the path to a fulfilling career. You may also be interested in these courses for yourself, to learn more about the process of finding a job in the community.