The ICTW Symposium will focus on career development and transition to work for students with disabilities, with particular focus on students with significant disabilities. The symposium is designed for special education and rehabilitation professionals (e.g., practitioners, administrators, counselors, related services personnel) who are interested in supporting students to obtain competitive integrated employment. Through a variety of keynote and breakout sessions, participants will learn about current research, practice, and policy specific to preparing students for employment. (View the full schedule at ictw.illinois.edu/support/conferences/ictw-symposium/ictw-symposium-schedule.) Join us for this upcoming symposium and network with professionals across the state who are actively engaged in improving employment outcomes for students with significant disabilities.
Instructional sessions are eligible for professional development credit. Educators can earn up to 9.25 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and vocational professionals may earn up to 9.5 Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRC) continuing education units (CEUs).