Communities of Practice (CoP) are groups of professionals who meet and engage around a common goal or concern to share best practices, develop and discuss areas of interest, and build a sense of community. As CoP opportunities become available, you will find them here. VRTAC-QM CoP sites require registration and log in.
Available Communities of Practice
The Fiscal Forum is a virtual gathering space for participants in the Management Concepts courses. This is a place to bring questions and further debrief on what was learned in training. Participant comments and questions drive conversations.
Rapid engagement is a strategy whereby individuals with disabilities are moved through the rehabilitation process from application to service provision as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to maximize the likelihood that they will be active and full participants in their rehabilitation plans and achieve successful outcomes. The concept of developing a community of practice (CoP) around this topical area emerged from shared interests of a group of Training Coordinators who are participating in the Training Coordinators/Directors CoP facilitated by CIT-VR.
The Case File Review Community of Practice (CoP) has ended, and the forum is no longer active. If you are interested in joining a future Case File Review CoP, please complete this form. If you have any immediate technical assistance needs, please contact Crystal Garry at email@example.com.
Customized Employment Community of Practice (CoP) will allow State VR Agencies to learn about and share approaches regarding the development, implementation and evaluation of their CE pilots which are currently in progress.
Facilitated in partnership with CSAVR, this Community of Practice assists State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies prepare for RSA monitoring. Members share best practices and discuss challenges, with the ultimate goal of learning from each other as they move through the monitoring process. Because this CoP is time-limited to the monitoring year, a new group is created each subsequent year of monitoring.