This course will help you build the alliances you need with clients, employers, unions, professionals and community stakeholders, with the goal of integrating people with disabilities into the workplace.
We’ll emphasize the role of effective strategic communication, partnership and collaboration in working with individuals, groups and organizations, including diverse populations. You'll explore the key elements of rehabilitation practices, including self-evaluation, developing sound assessment and interviewing skills, working with resistant or difficult individuals and navigating typical organizational and environmental challenges.
You will also be exposed to a variety of client populations and settings in order to develop appropriate interventions and approaches for different situations. You'll also learn to assist employers in identifying and developing workplace accommodations and supports for workers with disabilities.
Course seats are reserved for diploma students until approximately one month before the start date. To take this course individually, click on Register or Join Waitlist below.