VRTAC-QM Training is your comprehensive source for all the self-paced trainings, recorded webinars, and other resources you will need.
Trainings are housed on VR Training Portal and it requires registration and log in.
Rapid Engagement in Vocational Rehabilitation Series Module 4: Re-Imagining Student and Youth Engagement: Awareness to Action (QM2023-0303)
This is the final installment of a four-part series on Rapid Engagement. This presentation focuses on bringing awareness to the power differential that exists within the youth-transition relationship and explains the importance of shifting from being the “adult” to being an active adult ally in order to support meaningful engagement of students and youth in the transition process. In addition, this presentation will explore a process that can help adults recognize and make the shift to being an adult ally and offer strategies to support the continuous engagement of students and youth.
Rapid Engagement in Vocational Rehabilitation Series Module 3: The Essential Role of Partners and Providers (QM2023-0302)
Rapid Engagement: The Essential Role of Partners and Providers is the third installment of a four-part series on Rapid Engagement. The first two presentations focus internally on rapid engagement applied to processes such as eligibility determination and plan development.
Enhancing Team Performance in the Eye of Organizational Storms (QM2023-0301)
Research shows that collaborative problem solving and teamwork are linked to better outcomes in organizations. Are you creating an environment in your organization that supports collaborative work and reaps the benefit of effective team work? This training provides an overview on enhancing your teams’ performance even in the midst of turbulent times.
RSA Data Dashboards (QM2022-0105)
RSA Data Dashboards The redesigned Case Service Report (RSA-911) Data Dashboards are now available in an accessible Excel workbook, which includes performance results for all State VR agencies and four previous quarters of RSA-911 data. This webinar recording explores how to optimally use the redesigned dashboards in a self-paced format.
Long COVID: Under What Circumstances Is It a Disability? (QM2022-0309)
This second module in the series is a practical look at how VR counselors can apply rapid engagement strategies in their work to keep individuals with disabilities actively engaged throughout the VR process. The training reviews regulations relevant to the essential VR processes (e.g., handling referrals, taking applications, making eligibility determinations, developing Individualized Plans for Employment, and providing services leading to employment outcomes).
This four-part series will provide relevant information for VR administrators, managers, and VR counselors to increase VR data literacy and data quality at all levels of the agency.
The VRTAC-QM is pleased to announce the release of a micro-training on determining eligibility for individuals seeking to advance in employment. Your presenters RoseAnn Ashby and Chaz Compton discuss the eligibility criteria as applied to individuals seeking to advance in employment, RSA guidance on advancing in employment and how post-employment services applies to this topic.
The training is intended for supervisors and managers in State VR agencies to provide an overview of the importance of onboarding for new employees in order to enhance their knowledge and skills in the following areas:
This presentation will explore and discuss the nature of conflict and strategies to address such conflicts — generally and within the context of CAP-VR interactions. Additionally, specific CAP-VR collaborative techniques will be explained and discussed.
Carol Pankow, Nichole Tichy, Crystal Garry, The George Washington University Dan Stewart, Amy Scherer, Cheryl Bates-Harris, NDRN