**Utah State University is taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and issued a memorandum that all university campus events and community trainings with more than 10 people must be cancelled until further notice (https://dps.usu.edu/emergency/covid-19/events). As a result, the center is canceling in-person trainings and the center will move all or our trainings to an online format. Thank you for understanding and will resume live training when the university allows us to do so.**
Workplace Supports Training is an eight (8) hour training with five corresponding training modules.
Module 1, Introduction to Job Coaching, provides an overview of supported and customized employment and an overview of job coach ethics and responsibilities. Module 2, Professionalism in the Workplace and Collaboration, provides an overview of job coach professionalism and overview of building collaborative relationships with the employee, employer, family, and others. Module 3, Job Analysis provides reviews how to conduct a Job analysis, Module 4, Systematic Instruction, reviews how to conduct a Task Analysis and implement instruction, and Module 5, Accommodations and Assistive Technology in the Workplace, reviews accommodations and assistive technology in the workplace.
The Workplace Supports Training occurs every third Wednesday of each month at rotating locations throughout the state of Utah.
For more information or questions, please email the Workplace Supports Training Coordinator, Hillary Hase, at Hillary.Hase@usu.edu.