This webinar is the first of a two-part series discussing the array of activities that students can participate in within the five required Pre-ETS categories: Job Exploration Counseling, Work-Based Learning Experiences, Counseling for Post-Secondary Education, Workplace Readiness Training, and Instruction in Self-Advocacy. These webinars will provide examples of activities in each area, illustrate how many of the areas can be addressed through combined meaningful activities, and demonstrate through examples how an evolution of Pre-ETS services for each individual student best prepares them for college and careers.
Webinar one will address the progression of activities that can be found in Job Exploration Counseling, Work-Based Learning and Workplace Readiness Training.
Webinar two, to be held on March 9th, will review a progression of services and objectives that may be used for Instruction in Self-Advocacy and Counseling for Post-Secondary Education. Separate registration will be required for this second webinar; the flier and registration information will be sent to Pre-ETS Online Mailing List members in February.
Ellen Condon, Director of the Pre-Employment Transition Services Technical Assistance Center, Transition and Employment Projects, and Montana Deaf-Blind Project at the University of Montana's Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities
Melissa Dadmun, Project Coordinator with the Pre-Employment Transition Services Technical Assistance Center
Mary Di Biase, Project Coordinator with the Pre-Employment Transition Services Technical Assistance Center and with Montana Youth Transitions; certified Special Educator
Roger Shelley, Project Coordinator with the Pre-Employment Transition Services Technical Assistance Center
If you are unable to attend on the scheduled date or if registration closes because the session is full, please note that the webinar will be recorded and archived for later viewing.