Seats filling fast for 2016-2017 APPD classes - only Richmond campus seats now available
NOW INVITING APPLICANTS to meet with us if they wish to apply for the Access Programs for People with Disabilities for September 2016
CONTACT US to learn how to apply for either the Work Exploration or Job Preparation Programs for September 2016
The Access Programs for People with Disabilities teach the essential skills to become successful students, capable employees and valuable members of the community.
Access Programs for People with Disabilities (APPD) programs and services provide post-secondary education for adults with various disabilities. These programs and services work together to prepare students for employment, volunteer work or further education.
- Work Exploration is designed to provide information to students about work opportunities.
- Job Preparation is designed to meet the vocational needs of students seeking competitive employment.
- Vocational Skills Training has in the past offered two programs designed to provide specific skills training and work experiences. These programs are not being offered as they are currently on hiatus. Please revisit this site later in the year for updates.
All Vocational Skills Training Options are currently on hiatus:
Program-specific details are outlined in the program option sections listed above.
APPD programs are designed to develop work-related skills, increase self-awareness and increase self esteem. With instruction and training, students work toward realizing their employment and personal potential.
A Certificate of Completion is awarded to students who have successfully completed an APPD program.