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Reasonable Accommodation Hot Topics #1​ ​The center interactive reasonable accommodation process can be a complex one that encompasses never-ending scenario configurations and considerations.  This webinar reviews and discusses some of the more common areas of challenge encountered in the reasonable accommodation process including:  Reasonableness Reviews, Accommodation Recommendations of Denial (ARDFs) and Reasonable Accommodation Committee (RAC) Responsibilities in the TABE Waiver Process.
Distance Learning Resources to Support Students with Disabilities​ ​Students with disabilities have the same right to receive accommodations in Distance Learning activities as they do with on center activities.  This interactive webinar will review Distance Learning resources and strategies designed to create access for students with disabilities but also could benefit ALL students.  ​
Reasonable Accommodation in Career Technical Training (CTT): Easy and Practical Ways to Accommodate and Adapt ​This webinar will highlight assistive technology accommodations and other practical adaptations that support both independence and employability for students with disabilities in career technical training.  The importance of developing supports that are portable and transferrable into the workplace also will be discussed.​ 
Improving Employability Outcomes By Enhancing Self-Regulation for Students with Disabilities​​ ​A growing body of research is demonstrating the importance of self-regulation skills in helping people obtain and maintain employment. Students with various disabilities often come to Job Corps with challenges associated with poor or inadequate self-regulation skills.  This functional limitation can impact all areas of life including employability. 

This webinar will define self-regulation skills, outline specific strategies and resources for improving students’ self-regulation skills, and discuss how to accommodate functional limitations associated with self-regulation challenges.   A Center Mental Health Consultant (CMHC) with more than 20 years’ experience in Job Corps will be a guest speaker and provide examples of how to use specific resources, including technology, to support students with self-regulation challenges.​

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Documentation of Disability: IEPs and Beyond ​This webinar provides an overview of the process for determining documentation of a disability including policy resources, examples of typical sources of disability documentation, examples of how to locate accommodation support within the disability documentation, and what to do when an applicant/student does not have documentation of a disability.​
Service Animals and Assistance Animals in the Job Corps Program ​This webinar will discuss legal requirements related to ensuring applicants and students with a service animal are provided access to Job Corps centers. The process for requesting an assistance animal as an accommodation will also be covered.  Additionally, the updated “Service Animals and Assistance Animals in Job Corps Program” guide will be reviewed along with sample scenarios and related resources.  

​​The 411 on Accommodating Students in Residential Life ​Reasonable Accommodation in Residential Living provides easy and practical ways to accommodate and adapt dorm communication, rules, procedures, assignments, and behavior expectations for students with disabilities.  This webinar will review the basic RA process and staff responsibilities with Accommodation Plans, as well as highlight assistive technology and other practical adaptations that support both independence and employability in daily living for various types of disabilities. ​ 

Reasonable Accommodation in Career Technical Training (CTT): Easy and Practical Ways to Accommodate and Adapt the “Center-Based” Trades​


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​Easy and Practical Ways to Accommodate and Adapt the “Center-Based” Trades is Part 2 of a 2-part webinar series that will highlight assistive technology accommodations and other practical adaptations that support both independence and employability for students with disabilities enrolled in the medical, office, automotive or food service career technical training.  The importance of developing supports that are portable and transferrable into the workplace also will be discussed.

Reasonable Accommodation in Career Technical Training (CTT): Easy and Practical Ways to Accommodate and Adapt the “Hard” Trades

​Easy and Practical Ways to Accommodate and Adapt the “Hard Trades” is Part 1 of a 2-part webinar series that will highlight assistive technology accommodations and other practical adaptations that support both independence and employability for students with disabilities enrolled in the building or construction-related trades.  The importance of developing supports that are portable and transferrable into the workplace also will be discussed​
​​Disability Coordinator Orientation Part 2: Reasonable Accommodation Process
​Reasonable accommodation affords students with disabilities equal access to the Job Corps program. This part 2 of a 3-part webinar series will review the separate responsibility Job Corps has to communicate effectively with people with disabilities, and review the complete step-by-step reasonable accommodation process.


​Introduction to Disability and Reasonable ​Accommodation ​​​​

This webinar will cover the definitions of disability and reasonable accommodation, basic disability data collection requirements, examples of reasonable accommodation, the difference between case management and reasonable accommodation and related resources. ​


Case Management and Reasonable Accommodation – What’s the Difference?
This webinar will discuss the concepts of reasonable accommodation and case management of health care needs, describe the relationship between each, provide examples of each, and discuss related documentation requirements.  
Creating Inclusive Environments: Involving Residential andBehavioral Staff in the Disability Program

​This webinar covers the key role that center residential and behavioral staff can play in the accommodation process.  

​​​CRC Updates Section 188 WIOA Equal Opportunity Regulations (29 CFR Part 38) Job Corps​
This webinar provides important updates to the existing regulations, which have not been substantively updated since 1999.  Questions can be sent to civilrightscenter@dol.gov.​

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