Vocational Evaluation Forensic Certificate program to hold virtual open house
Auburn University’s Vocational Evaluation Forensic Certificate, or VEFC, is a funded certificate program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Education. We are excited to offer this training certificate both to students and professionals interested in furthering their education and professional development in the fields of vocational and forensic rehabilitation.
The main objective of the VEFC program is focused on employment that an increased number of professionals will be trained in evidence-based practices and updated vocational evaluation and forensic techniques, and that by implementing these skills, individuals with disabilities will find greater and more positive employment outcomes.
The VEFC is a one-year, six-course training certificate that can be completed in person or via distance education. Students and professionals with a bachelor’s and/or master’s degree are eligible to apply. Fifteen scholarships are available each academic year, and applications are due Feb. 12. For additional information or questions, please visit thewebsite at vefc.auburn.edu/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The VEFC is hosting a virtual open house on Jan. 19, from 4:30-5:30 p.m. CST. Please see the attached flyer for the virtual open house. The zoom link is: https://auburn.zoom.us/j/89504548003
Submitted by: Emma Quadlander