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eRehab VR Training Series is moved to a new site:

Job Coaching, and Job Development Training Series will be transitioning into a new platform.

Training modules on the current site will be retired by 11/01/2022. The training modules will no longer be available on this site.

Registering to this training site will not be available from 10/01/2022.

From 10/01/2022, please go to instead.

Training Series I: Understanding Disability

The first training series, Understanding Disability is a fundamental tutorial that provides an introduction to disability. This module is designed for individuals that have little or limited contact with persons with disabilities.

Training Series II – Workplace Disability Law

The second training series, entitled Workplace Disability Law, is designed for supervisory and management staff, faculty and administrators who need to know about laws, government policies, affirmative action, accessibility guidelines, assistive technology and financial support programs that affect organizations and persons with disabilities.

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Training Series III – Professional Services and Disability

The most intensive of the three training series is entitled Professional Services and Disability . This series is designed for direct service providers in a variety of public, private, and non-profit organizations including professional and technical staff in schools, colleges, mental health, social service, rehabilitation, veterans and workforce programs.

Training Series IV Professional Development

This training series is custom designed for individual states in cooperation with the VR agency. Topics include specific skill development for VR staff and community rehabilitation providers.

CRC Credit

Certified Rehabilitation Counselors may receive CRC credit for completing the modules in the Professional Services and Disability series.


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