Wash. Admin. Code § 67-25-355 - Vocational rehabilitation services-Work readiness skills

Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021

(1) Work readiness skill building and related employment training services may be provided to a participant. This service may be appropriate if a participant has gaps in readiness for job-finding skills or workplace expectations within a competitive and integrated work environment.
(2) Work readiness skill building training may be provided to assist the participant with foundational work skills, such as:
(a) Understanding the meaning, value, and demands of work;
(b) Gaining skills in understanding and capability around the cultural expectations of the workplace;
(c) Developing appropriate attitudes, habits, and work behaviors, and organizational tools and systems;
(d) job finding skills;
(e) Developing functional capacities necessary to achieve an optimum employment outcome; and
(f) Gaining effective workplace self-advocacy skills.
(3) Work readiness skills may be provided as part of job placement services.
(4) A paid or unpaid internship that allows a student or participant direct career experience may also be provided as a work readiness skills service. An internship is distinguished from an OJT in that there is no formal expectation that the employer will hire the participant after the period of work experience and training.


Wash. Admin. Code § 67-25-355
Decodified by WSR 18-14-101, Filed 7/3/2018, effective 8/3/2018. Recodified from § 67-25-396.

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