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Discovery for Employment Services is a Course

Discovery for Employment Services

Nov 7, 2022 - Dec 24, 2022

$250 Enroll

Full course description


This course is intended for professionals new to employment services, seasoned professionals currently working in employment services, persons supervising the delivery of employment services, case management personnel, and Vocational Rehabilitation personnel working collaboratively with employment providers. The self-paced course is offered over a six-week session and takes approximately 30 hours to complete. Continuing Education Credits are available.

Learning Objectives

1. Understand Discovery history, underlying values, ethical guidelines, definitions, and best-practice implementation.

2. Gain basic knowledge and understanding of quality Discovery processes.

3. To obtain practice in implementing the "best practices" approaches to Discovery for people with disabilities.

Module Topics Include

  • Discovery Background
  • Discovery Characteristics
  • Relevant Information for Discovery
  • Using Exchange Experiences for Discovery
  • Constructing Next Steps in the Discovery Process
  • The Discovery Narrative Document
  • Discovery Conversations

Meet the Creators

The Indiana University’s Institute on Disability and Community’s Center on Community Living and Careers created and oversees this course.


Length: 7 modules


Center on Community Living and Careers


Audience: Employment Consultants, Job Coaches, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, and other professionals in the employment services field.