Job Development Training

The tools you need to help employers develop and embrace an inclusive workplace.

This 8-week online course will deepen your knowledge and ready you to work effectively with today’s employers.

You’ll learn to connect job seekers with the right employers, develop meaningful job opportunities, and find solutions to modern business concerns. You’ll become a better communicator and more professional marketer. Modules also cover the ethical and legal implications of job development.

Class sizes are kept small for effective learning. If your preferred dates are full, please join the waitlist for future sessions.

Additional course dates Coming Soon!
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Course Prerequisites

Students should have some experience within supported employment and/or related helping sectors.

Course Description

Job Developers are uniquely positioned to bring together job seeking persons with disabilities who require support with employers who seek engaged and skilled workers.

Building from CASE’s Guiding Principles of Supported Employment, this course will strengthen Job Developer’s understanding of employer realities. Participants will leave better equipped to support employers as they address business concerns with a strength-based, solution-focused approach. And they will help develop valuable meaningful, sustainable employment opportunities for people with diverse abilities.

Special thanks and acknowledgement to Life Strategies, which has shared content from their Job Developer certificate. Life Strategies has also benefited from contributions/insights from First Work in Ontario and Jayne Barron, Life Strategies’ Job Development Course Instructor.

At this time, this course is only available in English.

Course Delivery

This 8-week, online course will be conducted using the Life Strategies’ e-learning course management system (LearnOnline in Moodle). Registered students will receive log-in instructions by email prior to the course start date. The course design relies on asynchronous discussion forums (participants post when it’s convenient for them).
Each week, a live webinar will present additional relevant topical content.

Online learning offers amazing opportunities for shared learning. Many experts in the field believe that the best learning online occurs in the discussion forums and that the posted course content may take on secondary importance. Although this course will provide comprehensive content, your active participation in the discussions will enrich your learning significantly.

If you have a disability that needs accommodation for this course, please let us know. We will work with you to meet your needs before and during your participation in the course.

Unfortunately, at this time the Job Development Training course is only available in English. We are working to make the training available in French as soon as possible.

To ensure your best learning experience and to facilitate networking with other students from across the country, class size is kept small.

Registration Fees

Registrant Type | Type d’inscription Cost |Cout $ (CDN)
CASE Member | Membre de l’ACSE 450.00
Non-Member | Non membre 500.00
Note:
The cost does not include HST/GST/PST/QST. The applicable provincial sales tax rate will be applied to your invoice.
Cancellation Policy
​In order to provide you with the best possible learning experience, we keep class sizes for Job Development Training small. Due to this limited seating, we request that if you must cancel, you do so at least 14 days before the scheduled start of the class to receive a full refund. If you must cancel with less than 14 days notice, we will do our best to fill your spot with another interested participant. If we are successful, we will reimburse you for your full registration fees. If we are not able to fill your spot, we will refund you 50% of your fees. We are not able to offer refunds for cancellations made after the course has begun.

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