New York State Consortium for Advancement of Supported Employment
Enhancing the capacity and proficiency of New York State supported employment providers.
New York State Supported Employment Providers with a current contract with ACCES-VR are eligible to receive free professional development training through NYS CASE.
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CASE CERTIFICATES

CASE trainings provide you a pathway to a supported employment credential that demonstrates your competency in the field and provides an important value-added feature to your resume. SE practitioners and managers can earn a Cornell University Certification in

  • T1.C1 Foundations of Supported Employment
  • T1.C2 Assessment and Employment Planning Part 1
  • T1.C3 Foundations of Job Placement
  • T1.C4 Business Engagement
  • T1.E4 Tools to Support Enhanced Work Outcomes of Individuals Who Receive Disability Benefits
  • T2.C1 Facilitating Job Coaching and Employment Supports
  • T2.C2 Fundamentals of Documentation and Reporting
  • T2.C3 Organizational Culture and Integration
  • T2.C4 Supporting Long Term Success
  • T2.E2 Supporting Effective Transition
  • T2.E3 Assessment and Employment Planning Part 2
  • T2.E4 Understanding Challenging Behaviors in the Workplace
  • T3.C1 Program Management
  • T3.C2 Program Evaluation and Using Data to Influence Performance
  • T3.C3 Staff Supervision Skills
  • T3.C4 CRS Supported Employment Milestone Training
  • T3.E2 Providing Leadership in Complex Systems

A tier certificate is awarded once you have completed required coursework. You may work on attaining all three tiers concurrently. You can use the NYSCASE “My Completed Courses” portal to assist you in tracking your progress toward these critical certifications. If you have questions about what certificate program is right for you, contact us at nyscase@cornell.edu.

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ABOUT NYS CASE

New York State Consortium for Advancement of Supported Employment

The NYS Consortium for Advancement of Supported Employment (CASE) provides training and technical assistance to supported employment service providers under contract with the New York State Education Department's Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation.

The NYS CASE is a collaborative involving Cornell University's Yang-Tan Institute, the Center for Human Services Education (CHSE) (a division of Heritage Christian Services), the NYS Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE), and the NYS Rehabilitation Association (NYSRA). The multi-disciplinary NYS CASE team have backgrounds in vocational rehabilitation, supported employment, special education, industrial and organizational psychology, labor economics, law, health education, sociology, and applied statistics.

The NYS CASE will implement a multi-faceted strategy that includes a statewide performance baseline, policy and practice goals, training curriculum and organizational development resources, regional and distance training opportunities, organizational development support, and evaluation of training and resources. The training will establish a critical link for supported employment professionals between the learning environment and on-going work with clients.

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PARTNERING ORGANIZATIONS

The NYS CASE is sponsored by the New York State Education Department, Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services - Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR)

The NYS CASE is a collaborative involving Cornell University's Yang-Tan Institute, the Center for Human Services Education (CHSE)(A Division of Heritage Christian Services), the NYS Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE), and the NYS Rehabilitation Association (NYSRA).

Yang-Tan Institute


New York State Rehabilitation Association, Inc.
The Center for Human Services Education


New York State Association of People Supporting Employment First





CONTACT US
NYS CASE
Yang-Tan Institute
ILR School
Cornell University

Phone: 607-255-4349
Email: nyscase@cornell.edu
The NYS CASE is sponsored by the New York State Education Department, Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services - Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR)

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