Conferences & Training
APSE National Conference
Save the Dates!
November 17 and 18th 2015
MGM Grand, Detroit MI
APSE’s 1st annual Regional “From workshops to Workplaces” conference!
June 21st-23rd 2016
National APSE Annual Conference
Webinars (Live and Recorded)
WIOA: What it Means for Employment First
April 28, 2 PM ET
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The same high quality training found at state and national APSE conferences can be experienced in the comfort of your own office through webinars conducted by members. Topics include: Job Development, Self-Employment, Transition, Public Policy, Organizational Change, Autism, Leadership, and more!
APSE Chapter Events are the premiere training events in your community that focus on integrated employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
Online Classes from VCU-RRTC
Virginia Commonwealth University RRTC (VCU-RRTC) provides resources for professionals, individuals with disabilities, and their representatives. VCU-RRTC has a team of nationally and internationally renowned researchers who are committed to developing and advancing evidence-based practices to increase the hiring and retention for individuals with disabilities.
Online Training from DirectCourse
The College of Employment Services (CES) is a new DirectCourse online curriculum, which provides employment professionals training based on APSE Competencies and gives them skills to assist individuals with disabilities find rewarding employment.
Web-Based Employment Courses from TRN, Inc.
TRN, Inc., is a small, independent training company started by international disability consultant, Dale DiLeo. The company specializes in producing and providing materials that support the full inclusion of people with disabilities in community life.
ACRE is a national membership organization for trainers and educators who work in the field of employment for people with disabilities. They share a common mission of advocacy through education to improve the quality of employment services for people with disabilities.