course #840, 6 clock hours
With post-secondary success in mind, this course provides participants the knowledge they need to develop meaningful, collaborative and compliant transition IEPs aimed at assisting the qualifying student with disabilities in achieving successful educational/ employment/ independent living skills beyond high school.
- Gain awareness of the rules and regulations for transition IEP development through examination of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 392-172A.
- Identify appropriate career/vocational assessments to determine employment/ educational/ independent living IEP goals.
- Understand the components of transition planning and how they drive the transition IEP process.
- Learn and practice the process to develop meaningful, individualized and collaborative transition IEPs.