Coaching Skills for On-the-Job Trainers - Virtual Training Series
This 5-week (10 hour) training series will address the skills necessary to be an effective job coach.
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Trainings will be held via Zoom from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m each day.
(Sessions will NOT be recorded)
Although recommended, you do not need to register for all 5 sessions.
February 16: General Disability Awareness and Characteristics of Autism
Attendee will be provided information on disability statistics in Michigan, including employment data. Disability will be discussed, specifically autism and characteristic commonly observed.
February 23: Assessing Needs and Communicating with Your Team
Attendee will learn about the role of a job coach and the importance of assessing the workplace, trainee production, social skills, and how to use task analysis in the assessment process. Communication strategies with your team, including the trainee will discussed.
March 2: Strategies, Natural Supports and Accommodations
Attendee will learn about a wide variety of evidenced-based strategies that can be used to ensure trainee success at their job.
March 9: The Fading Process
Attendee will learn that fading is much more than reducing time with the trainee. Timelines, strategies and problem solving will be discussed.
March 16: Importance of Documentation
Attendee will be provided a variety of tools on how to document services provided and progress. Attendee will learn the importance of documentation and the expectations of referral sources.
- Maria Peak, ASPPIRE Director
- Bob Steinkamp, ASPPIRE Deputy Director
Together they have over 75 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities.
It is recommended you have access to a working computer, microphone, camera, and access to our Learning Management System. Please contact Katie Kinde with any questions at email@example.com.
You will be emailed Zoom login information for your registered session(s) 1 week prior to the event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Attendees will be provided a digital handout of the PowerPoint and a packet of resource materials for each session.
Sessions are $70 each for non-members and $50 each for members.
Discounted pricing for registering for all 5 sessions is $315 for non-members and $225 for members.
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Refund requests are subject to a $25 processing fee. No refunds will be given after February 14. Substitutions for those who attend are permitted with prior notice.
"No-Shows" will not be eligible for a refund. If you register, and are unable to attend, please contact Katie Kinde email@example.com at least one week before the event. All of our event policies can be accessed by clicking here.