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Accessible. Innovative. Relevant.

Innovative training designed to increase skill & confidence in delivering Pre-ETS.

The Program

Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in the Accessible, Innovative, and Relevant Training for Vocational Rehabilitation Personnel in Pre-Employment Transitions Services. Over the course of the program, with a highly interactive curriculum, you will gain the experience, tools, and strategies to Lead the Way in Pre-ETS.

Let our virtual youth avatars tell you why they think you will want to join the community of professionals making a difference in the lives of youth with disabilities.

Video with Audio Description is available

UWGLive Simulation Labs feature virtual avatars via Mursion simulations and scenarios.

Program Highlights

  • Continuing education operating remotely using cutting edge technology
  • Three online courses
  • Four skill enhancement exercises using virtual simulation, virtual reality, or video conferencing training platforms
  • MasterCasts of people sharing their stories of success
  • Communities of Practice to fulfill your learning goals and collaborate with others

The AIR4VR Experience

  • Research-based curriculum, designed and adapted for a dynamic online learning experience.
  • An immersive interactive suite of virtual learning platforms that takes you to the heart of your work.
  • Direct, real-time engagement with and personalized feedback from our faculty and seasoned peers.
  • A community of peers, offering a diverse set of perspectives for efficient knowledge transfer, networking, and support.

© 2024 - Accessible Innovative & Relevant Training for VR Counselors.

This project is funded through a grant award from the US Rehabilitation Services Administration in Innovative Training (H263C190013). It was awarded to the WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CORPORATION, the faculty of the West Virginia University Department of Counseling and Learning Sciences, Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program; Reed College of Media; the University of West Georgia; and UWGLive. All materials are products of the grantee and do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the US Department of Education and no official endorsement should be inferred.