Transition Training


Published: May 16th, 2019

EXTERNAL PD OPPORTUNITY: College and Career Competency FREE Online Courses Available

Special Education Administrators, please see this flyer from our ADE/Secondary Transition team partners at the University of Kansas. This is the same content that is covered in the ESS College and Career Competency Team Training (CCCTT) capacity building series, but customized for individual participation. Please forward to middle school and high school staff – don’t miss out on this FREE professional development opportunity!

Learn more about the College and Career Competency Framework by visiting: www.cccframework.org.

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Published: November 9th, 2017

Secondary Transition Best Practices Workshop

Audience: School Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Educators, General Educators, Parents, Youth/Young Adults, and Community Services Providers
Length: 2.5 to 3.0 hours (minimum)
Format: In Person
Cost: Free
Request Training: Transition Training Request Form

This interactive workshop assists participants in applying information from previous secondary transition training(s) conducted by our ADE/ESS transition specialists. The expectation is that participants attending this training will come with a foundational knowledge of Indicator 13 secondary transition IEP requirements.

This workshop will go beyond compliance requirements with evidence-based best practices for a meaningful transition planning process within the IEP for students with disabilities. ADE/ESS specialists will assist participants with hands-on activities to participate in the transition planning process and, as appropriate, to review their own IEPs using best practices to improve student postsecondary outcomes.

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Published: November 9th, 2017

Cultivate the Connection! The Alignment Between Accommodations and Employability

Audience: School Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Educators and General Educators, CTE Administrators and Educators, Parents, Youth, Young Adults
Length: 2.5 to 3.0 hours (minimum)
Format: In Person
Cost: Free
Request Training: Transition Training Request Form

How do you increase inclusion of students with disabilities and facilitate their success in career and technology (CTE) courses? Employers hire individuals with disabilities every day and accommodate their needs using helpful resources, such as the Job Accommodation Network (JAN). If they can do it, you can too!

This session will introduce participants to this useful tool of real-world, industry-specific accommodations that can be implemented to prepare students with disabilities for successful completion of CTE programs and future self-advocacy in postsecondary life.

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Published: November 9th, 2017

Transition to Adulthood: From Kickball to Career!

Audience: School Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Educators and General Educators, School Counselors, Parents, Youth, Young Adults
Length: 1.5 hours (minimum)
Format: In Person
Cost: Free
Request Training: Transition Training Request Form

This presentation will review the Predictors of Post-Secondary Success as identified by the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT). Activities related to these predictors can begin as early as pre-school to help students begin to develop the necessary knowledge and skills that will lead to a positive post-school outcome. Participants will review their current practices and add new activities to facilitate development of these essential skills.

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Published: November 9th, 2017

Using AzCIS in Your Classrooms for CCR

Audience: School Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Educators and General Educators, CTE Educators, School Counselors, Support Staff
Length: 2 to 3 hours – Please see ADE Events Calendar for scheduled training and registration
Format: In Person in Computer Lab
Cost: Free

How are you preparing your students for careers, college, and life? How does personalizing education prepare Arizona students? We will briefly discuss the Arizona Education Career Action Plan (ECAP) process for high school students, which guide students into post-high school options and the world of work. We will review the online Arizona Career Information System (AzCIS) career and education planning tool available to all Arizona educators and how it can be used within the classroom.

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Published: November 9th, 2017

Understanding the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey: Data Collection, Analysis, and Use

Audience: School Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Educators and General Educators, CTE Educators, Guidance Counselors, Support Staff
Length: 1 to 2 hours
Format: In Person or Webinar
Cost: Free
Request Training: Transition Training Request Form

This interactive and practical training is designed for those who oversee or administer the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey. The PSO Survey, conducted one year after students exit high school, is required to be completed by districts and charter schools who serve students with disabilities ages 16 and over each year between June 1st and September 30th. Upon completion of the training, participants will understand requirements for the PSO Survey and how to incorporate suggested tips and techniques to ensure the data collection is meaningful and results obtained are useful.

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Published: November 9th, 2017

Ways You Can Impact Student Outcomes and Success

Audience: School Administrators, Special Education Directors, Special Educators and General Educators, CTE Educators, Guidance Counselors, Support Staff
Length: 1 to 2 hours
Format: In Person or Webinar
Cost: Free
Request Training: Transition Training Request Form

This workshop will address critical issues affecting student outcomes. Each summer, high-school aged students who received special education services and graduated, aged out, or dropped out of school are contacted to participate in the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey. The PSO Survey chronicles engagement in postsecondary education/training or employment.

The presenter will use PSO data to drive a discussion related to best practices in collaboration, IEP/transition planning, and curriculum alignment while facilitating discussion about an educational atmosphere driven by high stakes outcomes. Examples of superior collaboration and action plans from local districts will be discussed.

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