Individuals with disabilities who receive vocational rehabilitation services achieve increased community integration, social inclusion, and self-determination through the realization of their vocational goals.
Example: Individually paced instruction allows students to skip over material they are familiar with or to move slowly through material that is more difficult. It is often more effective to provide this type of instruction in a classroom-style setting where a teacher or trainer is available if the student has questions.
Each skill-development training course:
is reviewed every two years with input from local businesses; and
provides a written course description including the curriculum, location, and meeting time of training sessions.
Persons served are offered skill-development training courses in integrated settings, either directly or by referral, as appropriate to their individualized employment objectives.