Orientation to Self-Employment and Telecommuting for Vocational Rehabilitation

About the Course

Overview

In the Orientation to Self-Employment and Telecommuting for Vocational Rehabilitation course you will learn why self-employment and telecommuting are important paths to employment and strategies you can use to incorporate these options in your work.

The course is self-paced, but you must complete it by the date your instructor provided in your syllabus. Once you've completed the course, there is a certificate of completion that you may print for your own records.

Topics Covered

The course content provides an overview of the self-employment and telecommuting options, the benefits of using these options, and steps you can take to support these options when counseling people with disabilities.

There are four modules:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Self-Employment and Telecommuting
  • Module 2: The Potential of Self-Employment
  • Module 3: The Path of Self-Employment
  • Module 4: Supporting Self-Employment

Questions?

For additional information about this course, contact:

Molly Sullivan
Griffin-Hammis Associates
National Center on Self-Employment, Business Ownership, and Telecommuting
msullivan@griffinhammis.com
www.centeronselfemployment.org

For technical assistance, please contact Teri Blankenship, tcblanke@vcu.edu.

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