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Remote learning using innovative technology and flexible delivery

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As the abundance of information overwhelms us all, we find we don’t simply need more information. We need people to assimilate, understand, and make sense of what’s out there.

The AIR4VR team has spent time doing just that. We first defined core challenges and solutions in the delivery of Pre-Employment Transition Services and serving youth with disabilities. Then we used technology to give that information to you in innovative ways of learning.

You will find that our online courses are designed to fit into your busy work week. They also include different approaches to learning:

  • Asynchronous lectures
  • Interactive exercises
  • Videos
  • Interviews
  • Quizzes
  • Communication avenues

We are offering a variety of synchronous simulation-based learning exercises. Build your skills with colleagues in online groups, role-playing with youth and employers using one of these platforms:

  • Social virtual reality environments
  • Engaging with avatars in a virtual simulation environment

NOTE: You have the option to register for the online courses only, without engaging in the skill enhancement exercises.


Course 01
Meeting the Pre-ETS Needs of Youth with Disabilities

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Course 02
Counseling Strategies for Pre-Employment Transition Services

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Optional Skill Enhancement Exercises

  • SEE Career Exploration with Youth with Disability and Parent
  • SEE Group Work

Course 03
Engaging Employers and Others to Support Pre-Employment Transition Services Efforts

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Optional Skill Enhancement Exercises

  • SEE Employer Engagement

© 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.