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ACRE / Supporting Meaningful Employment Training Series

Certificate Requirements

For information on certificate requirements - https://bit.ly/2QlUhFt
Registration Details

Fee:  Sessions are offered free of charge to employees of a Rhode Island organization, which includes Self-Directed Supports staff/representatives. Fees apply for all other registrants. the full ACRE Series is $500; Mini-Certificate sessions are $200 per certificate. Refunds will only be issued for registrations cancelled at least one week prior to the first session for which you are registered. Registrations are transferable to other members of the organization. 

Confirmation:  Confirmation, including Training Details, Driving Directions and Meeting Link will be sent to the email address provided upon registering. Check your spam or junk mail if the email is not received within a few minutes of submitting your registration.

Training Materials:  Links to Training Materials will be provided at Orientation. Learners are responsible for downloading/printing materials/handouts.

Professional Development Credit:  The SME Training Series is ACRE approved. To earn an ACRE Certificate, participants need to attend Orientation, 3 Mentor/Fieldwork Sessions, all 12 ACRE Modules and complete the required fieldwork assignments. 

Zoom Requirements:  Be sure to download and test Zoom prior to training.
Zoom Requirement Basics: https://bit.ly/2QmZgpc
Zoom Client for Meetings download:  https://zoom.us/download
Zoom plain-language instructions: https://bit.ly/2W0ibsx

Accommodation/ Requests:  If you need a reasonable accommodation (e.g., ASL Interpreter, Closed Captions, large print) or information in a language other than English, please indicate your request on the registration form.

Questions?  Contact Elaine Sollecito at esollecito@ric.edu or call 401-456-2764.
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Supporting Meaningful Employment is sponsored by the  Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College