34 CFR 389.10 - What types of projects are authorized under this program?

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§ 389.10 What types of projects are authorized under this program?
Rehabilitation Continuing Education Programs—
(a) Train newly employed State agency staff at the administrative, supervisory, professional, subprofessional, or clerical levels in order to develop needs skills for effective agency performance;
(b) Provide training opportunities for experienced State agency personnel at all levels of State agency practice to upgrade their skills and to develop mastery of new program developments dealing with significant issues, priorities and legislative thrusts of the State/Federal vocational rehabilitation program; and
(c) Develop and conduct training programs for staff of—
(1) Private rehabilitation agencies and facilities which cooperate with State vocational rehabilitation units in providing vocational rehabilitation and other rehabilitation services;
(2) Centers for independent living; and
(3) Client assistance programs.
(Authority: Sec. 302 of the Act; 29 U.S.C. 774)
[45 FR 86385, Dec. 30, 1980, as amended at 50 FR 38631, Sept. 23, 1985]

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