ERIC Number: ED029086
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-May
Reference Count: 0
Guidelines for Organization and Operation of Vocational Evaluation Units; A Training Guide. The Study Committee on Evaluation of Vocational Potential Report No. 2. Rehabilitation Service Series Number 67-50.
As the rehabilitation movement has progressed to the point of greater service to severely disabled clients, the need for extensive vocational evaluation studies conducted through specialized evaluation facilities has steadily increased. This guide recognizes that there are several approaches to the determination of a client's potential for vocational rehabilitation and presents a framework against which any vocational unit can reflect its goals, techniques, and effectiveness. Standards ar e organized under the following principles: (1) Goals have been established to guide the direction and scope of the program of services, (2) The organizational structure contributes effectively to the implementation of the established goals, (3) The program of services is adequate to accomplish the established goals and the services are of such quality and so applied that they constitute an effective program, (4) The staff is competent, professionally ethical, and qualified in the skills necessary to achieve the stated goals, and written personnel policies are in active operation, (5) Accurate and complete records are maintained and necessary reports are distributed, and (6) Fiscal affairs are managed in a sound and legally proper manner. (JK)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Rehabilitation Services Administration (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Vocational Evaluation
Note: Materials developed at Fourth Institute on Rehabilitation Services (Chicago, May 23-26, 1966).