Wise offers high quality training in the field of Supported Employment. We have assembled a diverse staff and associate team to meet a range of training needs.
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Family Training Series
The Family Training Series is a collaborative learning series designed and executed by the Clark County Developmental Disabilities Program, Okanogan County, Clark County Parent Coalition (PEACE), Vancouver, Camas, and Evergreen School Districts, ESD 112, and PAVE.
The Wise Learning Center is our e-learning portal that hosts over 250 hours of on-demand content, including CESP pre-approved courses and training offerings for Supported Employment Professionals, Residential Providers, Government Enitities, and Individuals & Families.
Plan to Placement
The Plan to Placement Cohort is a 6 session series designed to strengthen a group of Supported Employment Providers through coaching/mentoring to skillfully gather Person-Centered Employment Planning information to assist job seekers in obtaining Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE) that fits their skills and desired needs.
Recruit, Cultivate, Retain
Recruit, Cultivate and Retain (RCR), is a new leadership series designed for mid-level managers working in employment and community inclusion service provider agencies. By joining RCR, you will have the opportunity to work with a range of program managers to re-energize, create solutions to complex problems and share expertise.
WOA ACRE 100
The Wise Online Academy (WOA) ACRE 100 Series is an online training series based on customized employment core competencies. It is designed to provide employment professionals the training, knowledge, and skills they need to deliver quality customized competitive integrated employment services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
The Wise Online Academy (WOA) ACRE 200 Series is an advanced level training program, which will provide an intensive course of study guided by a professional mentor and participation in student cohorts. The program is intended for employment professionals who have some experience and training in the field and wish to continue to develop their skills to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to gain employment and become contributing members of their communities.