Supporting inclusive workplaces is rewarding and challenging work. Questions about funding, federal and state requirements and how to best meet the needs employees can all seem overwhelming. APSE knows the real and complex problems that arise when transforming a business into a welcoming workplace or an organization into an ally that supports individuals in looking for inclusive employment. With more than 30 years of experience with businesses and organizations like yours, APSE has prepared and saved some of our best advice to share with you online.
To help your business or organization address these challenges, we’re excited to offer:
CESP Practice Test
Created by the APSE Professional Development Committee, this 11-question practice test can help candidates prepare for the Certified Employment Support Professional certification.
By taking this practice test, APSE does not endorse or imply that these preparatory materials are the best, or the only means for preparing adequately for the certification examination. There is no advantage given to candidates who participate in this practice test.
Who Let the Dogs In? Service Animals Rights and Responsibilities
From Workshops to Workplaces: Achieving the Goals of Employment First
A 13-hour comprehensive e-learning course, where nationally renowned Subject Matter Experts offer practical, time-saving lessons on achieving integrated employment and organizational change. (Eligible for nine CESP™ CE credits)
Financial Literacy: Increasing Your Knowledge to Take Charge of Your Finances
Designed for direct support professionals, individuals with disabilities and their families, this webinar offers four separate lessons that describe the options available to a person who receives SSI and for a person who receives SSDI. Viewers may be surprised to learn there are actually a number of options available to people who receive Social Security Disability benefits! (Eligible for three CESP™ CE credits)
We’ve gathered some of our best webinars for your viewing – many at no charge. Get expert advice on funding, best practices, the history and context of Employment First, the details of CESP, and more.