"Vocational Evaluation: Report Writing"
Date(s): April 1, 2 & 3,
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM Central
CRC Credit: 3
Class DescriptionAnnouncing a three part series on three important aspects of vocational evaluation: tool selection, tool administration, and report writing. The training will include lectures, readings, and reports used in various settings.The one tangible proof of service is the vocational evaluation report. The report must answer the referral questions, explain technical data, and serve as the "voice" of the consumer. Along with tips on writing, the participants will compare and critique different reports by setting (e.g., state vocational rehabilitation program, community rehabilitation program, and private practice), and develop their own personal report writing plan.
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Steven R. Sligar, Ed.D, CVE, serves as an associate professor and director of the Graduate Program in Vocational Evaluation at East Carolina University. He has over 30 years of field experience in vocational rehabilitation and this includes work with persons who were deaf and/or blind. He has a Masters in Rehabilitation and Special Education with a specialization in vocational evaluation from Auburn University and Doctorate in Adult Education and Human Resource Development from Northern Illinois University. He has 48 publications and conducted over 200 national presentations in the areas of vocational evaluation, deafness, and administration. Currently, he serves on the board of the NC VEWAA chapter and is co-editor of the Vocational Evaluation and Career Assessment Professionals Journal.
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