Online courses provided by WorkLife Resources, Inc.

Online courses provided by WorkLife Resources, Inc.

 

 

CRC Pre-Approved Courses

 

Ethics 1: Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors, 12.5 credits: $80.00

This course was designed to provide an overview of the 2010 Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors. It will begin with an emphasis on professional values and the six ethical priniciples that guide the spirit of the Code. Practical applications of the Code, activity worksheets, and video scenarios of ethically troubling situations will be utilized and discussed.

Students who complete this course successfully will receive 12.5 CRC creditsUpon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Course 1: Performance Management in Vocational Rehabilitation, 7 credits: $70.00

This course provides an overview of Performance Management, Program Evaluation and Quality Assurance. The conceptual tools presented will equip vocational rehabilitation professionals with new knowledge and tools to fine tune services and improve outcomes for consumers.


It is approved for 7 CRC credits. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Course 2: Evaluation Tools, Processes and Methods, 7 credits: $70.00

This course describes the components needed for a performance management infrastructure as well as important program evaluation and quality assurance tools designed to improve outcomes.

It is approved for 7 CRC credits. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Course 3: Implementing Performance Management Systems, 7 credits: $70.00

This course addresses issues associated with implementing performance management so that all staff recognize the value of active participation and support. Properly implemented, performance management not only improves outcomes for consumers but improves the satisfaction VR professionals gain from serving people with disabilities.

It is approved for 7 CRC credits. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Course 4: Professional Development of VR Program Evaluation and QA Staff, 6 credits: $70.00

This course describes the current status of performance management, program evaluation and quality assurance within the profession of vocational rehabilitation. It describes the competencies needed by VR professionals to fully implement and take advantage of the potential of these resources to enhance outcomes for consumers. A description of resources available to assist in this effort is included.

It is approved for 6 CRC credits. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Labor Markets – Supply Side 1, 10 credits: $70.00

Supply Side Services 1 – This is the first of several courses that will provide an overview of how understanding labor markets can inform not only how services can be provided to consumers with disabilities, but also to employers so that consumers have a much greater opportunity of finding jobs that have career enhancement potential for the short and long term.

It is approved for 10.0 CRC credits. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Labor Markets – Supply Side 2, 10.5 credits: $70.00

Supply Side Services 2 – In the previous course, Supply Side 1, we focused on how we can help consumers to identify attractive labor markets, their career needs, as well as the skills, knowledge and other attributes that increase their value to potential employers. We did so primarily through information gathering and analysis, with a particular emphasis on Transfer of Skills Analysis.

Services like training, coaching and counseling can best be described as supply side services. These are important, and help consumers supply what employers demand in labor markets. In this course, we will continue to emphasize supply side services so that you can help consumers implement effective job search plans.

We will discuss the resources you can use to create effective plans. Job seeking skills are the foundation. Thus, the course addresses how to discover barriers to employment, strengths to build on, and needs to address, all of which are used to develop winning resumes and positive interview behavior. These skills, coupled with good search plans, will create employment opportunities for your consumers.

Subsequent courses will address demand side strategies that can add to the edge consumers will have in exploring labor markets.

It is approved for 10.5 CRC credits. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate will be made available to the participant.

 

Universal Design of Environments, Products & Learning, 6.0 credits: $70.00

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to Universal Design. It focuses on the principles and guidelines for each principle and the background, history and evolution of Universal Design. It differentiates between the mandates of the ADA, the use of accessibility and accommodations and Universal Design concepts. The course provides examples to be found in our community, homes, work and educational environments and provides learning activities as well as numerous resources and references. Overall, it will provide learners with a fuller understanding of Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning, enhance their repertoire of resources and information and offer direction on how these concepts may be applied in their work as rehabilitation professionals.

 Students who complete this course successfully will receive 6.0 CRC credits.