Wash. Admin. Code § 388-891A-0766 - What are work-based learning experiences?

(1) Work-based learning experiences are in-school or after-school opportunities, or experiences outside the traditional school setting, that use the workplace or real work to provide students with disabilities the knowledge and skills that connect school experiences to real-life work activities and future career opportunities.
(2) Work-based learning experiences in a group setting may include, but are not limited to:
(a) Coordinating a school-based program of job training and informational interviews to research employers;
(b) Worksite tours to learn about necessary job skills;
(c) Job shadowing; and
(d) Mentoring opportunities in the community.
(3) Work-based learning experiences on an individual basis may include, but are not limited to:
(a) Work experiences to explore your area of interest through internships;
(b) Apprenticeships (not including pre-apprenticeships and registered apprenticeships);
(c) Short-term employment; and
(d) On-the-job trainings located in the community.
(4) Work-based learning experiences are provided in an integrated environment in the community to the maximum extent possible.
(5) When paid, work-based learning experiences for students with disabilities must be compensated at a competitive wage to the extent competitive wages are paid to students without disabilities.


Wash. Admin. Code § 388-891A-0766
Adopted by WSR 18-12-035, Filed 5/29/2018, effective 6/30/2018

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