Supported Employment Leadership Series –Human Development Institute at the University of Kentucky


State Policies & Initiatives: 
Training/Capacity Building

"Features of the Leadership Series

12 days of high quality supported employment professional development provide the foundation for the SE Leadership Series: Part 1 – Introduction to SRV as a Theory of Practice for Establishing High Quality Employment Services, Part 2 – Systematic Instruction, Part 3 – Discovery, and Part 4 – Job Development.

Experiential, practical learning represents a key component of the SE Leadership Series — time devoted for translation and reflection of content studied in the life of a job seeker with a disability. Course participants will have the option* of inviting and arranging cooperative involvement with a learning partner, someone with a disability who needs a job or job advancement. The learning partner will not attend the events, but will work cooperatively with the course participant with practical application of course content."

  • Department of Rehabilitation Services
  • Other
  • Customized Employment
  • Cross-Agency Collaboration / Partnerships
  • Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky
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