Wednesday, May 20, 2020 2:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM ET
eLearning is one innovative way to stay connected. Members of the Disability and Employment eLearning Task Force in collaboration with the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) will highlight three eLearning Training Modules developed to help support the professional development needs of the workforce development staff across nearly 2,400 American Job Centers. The eLearning task force was comprised of 27 members from 20 states across WIOA programs that successfully collaborated together since October 2019.
The webinar will highlight the scenario-based approach applied through story telling in the setting of an American Job Center to increase learning in the following three topic areas:
- Serving Individuals with Disabilities
- Working Across Partners
- Providing Inclusive Business Services
We will do a brief walkthrough of each of the three modules by highlighting how resources have been incorporated to address content and share strategies on how you can integrate into your business model to support organizational learning.
David Jones, Workforce Analyst, Office of Workforce Investment, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Laura Gleneck, Project Manager, DEI Technical Assistance Team, National Disability Institute
Jacqueline E. Korengel, Acting Executive Director, Kentucky Skills U
Lisa McNiven, Disability Consultant, New Mexico Governor’s Commission on Disability
Amanda Ramsey, Program Manager, Kansas Department of Commerce – Workforce Services
Steve Upchurch, Training and Professional Development Manager Vocational Rehabilitation, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
Leslie Wojtowicz, Development Manager, Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services, Inc.
Yvonne Wright, Senior Manager, Policy and Partnerships, Missouri Office of Workforce Development