Occupational courses

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The core objective of an occupational course is to develop skills, expertise, or knowledge relative to a single occupation or career cluster. Through occupational courses, transition-age students are able to explore career options, gain skills directly aligned to their post-school goals, and apply knowledge gained from a variety of educational settings. This Fast Facts from the Division on Career Development & Transition at the Council for Exceptional Children indicates what teachers, administrators, and families can do to promote occupational exploration by students with disabilities in transition to adulthood. (posted March 4, 2013)
http://www.dcdt.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/DCDT-Occupational-Courses_Final.pdf


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