Supported Employment Web Course

The Orientation to Supported Employment Web Course, formerly located in Training Resource Network (TRN), has been updated and is now available in DODD MyLearning.

This course is an introduction to the competencies for effective Supported Employment, and includes the following 8 modules:
  1. Definitions, Values, and History of Supported Employment
  2. Legislation and Funding of Supported Employment
  3. Roles and Rights in Supported Employment
  4. Supported Employment Process and Benefits Planning
  5. Career Planning and Vocational Assessment
  6. Marketing and Job Development
  7. Job Analysis and Design
  8. Job Coaching Strategies
The modules are intended to be completed in chronological order. To successfully complete the course, you must receive a score of 80% or higher on each module. 
For your records, please print or save your results when prompted at the conclusion of each module. If your completion is not reflected on your transcript, email your results and the name of the course or module to


Four CPD units are available in the areas of adult services, county board member, investigative agent, service and support administration, and superintendent.

For technical issues with this and other DODD MyLearning courses, contact the ITS Help Desk at 1-800-617-6733 or