Job Training and Placement Report
Job Training & Placement Report (JTPR) has been serving supported employment professionals longer than any other publication of its kind – more than 32 years! This 8-page newsletter is a leading source of practical information for supported employment professionals.
Each issue of JTPR is filled with practical information to help readers keep up with industry trends, and to develop new strategies to increase employment opportunities for your clients. A subscription to JTPR also includes four monthly inserts:
- New! Career TIPS: This 2-page, electronic insert features an easy-to-read format to help job developers better communicate with their job-seeking clients in a quick, and yet personal fashion. Career TIPS is a full-color pdf that you may personalize to meet your needs. Add your company imprinting, and print or copy as many as you need. This newest subscriber benefit is a great way to increase awareness of your services for people with disabilities!
- Training Connection: This is an educational insert for supported employment supervisors to help them train their employees in job development.
- Workplace Connection: This is an informational insert to help educate employers about employment for people with disabilities.
- Training Tool-Kit: This insert is designed as a training tool for the job developer to share with their clients to assist job seekers in their job search.
WHAT YOUR PEERS ARE SAYING ABOUT
JOB TRAINING AND PLACEMENT REPORT
“It’s a great ‘quick read’ with practical suggestions. I pass each issue through our 40-staff employment service.”
- Jan Lynch,
Director of services,
“The detailed articles, references, and shared ideas are key to assisting persons with disabilities to find and retain employment.”
- Joy Patterson,
Staff specialist for employment,
Vocational Rehabilitation and Services for the Blind Division
“JTPR plays a valuable role in keeping people who work in the vocational arena up-to-date. This well-done publication provides practical ideas and tools that are quick to implement, which helps ensure quality services for those who need them.”
- Katherine Carol