Center for Change and Transition Services
  • Welcome to the Center for Change in Transition Services!

  • Training Opportunity

    Posted by Kevin Snyder on 9/17/2014 02:16:31 PM

    The Center for Change in Transition Services in conjunction with the Olympic ESD will be providing two FREE trainings in your area focusing on Writing Effective Transition Plans. These all day workshops will focus on how to write transition plans based on student’s interest, needs, strengths, and preferences as well as how to implement the plan while balancing the needs of all students. This workshop will also cover Common Core and its relationship to transition. Lots of FREE resources will be provided. Please encourage your staff to attend, and bring IEPs in order to make it a very productive work day.

    October 13, 2014 -- Port Angeles Skills Center Training Registration

    October 14, 2014 -- Olympic ESD Training Registration

    CCTS Webinar Series: Postsecondary Education and Training

    Posted by Kevin Snyder on 9/6/2014 05:20:45 PM

    Join CCTS for 8 webinars focusing on the variety of postsecondary education and training options available in Washington State as well as the transition services needed to help students successfully navigate the transition. You can find more information in this flyer.

    Start your year with FREE Career Assessments

    Posted by Kevin Snyder on 9/6/2014 04:41:40 PM

    It's the start of a new school year and the Workforce Board's popular career guides are flying off the shelf! Make sure you get copies of this free guide, which includes a career quiz, state labor market information on hundreds of occupations and a variety of career resources, including resume-writing and interview tips.

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    • WISE: The Washington Initiative for Supported Employment promotes equitable employment for people with developmental disabilities through innovation, training, and technical assistance.

    • OSPI Special Education Updates: These updates are created by the OSPI Special Education staff and sent out electronically each month to all school district special education staff alerting them that the lasted news has been posted to the OSPI website.