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NEW RESOURCE: Transition Programming Beyond Age 18

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UPDATED RESOURCE: TIG is excited to announce that there are now additional versions of self-advocacy assessments available! To learn more about these comprehensive self-advocacy assessments, please watch the Self-Advocacy Suite Showcase Video #7 – Utilizing the Student Self-Assessment.

Postsecondary Transition Plan (PTP)

What is the PTP?

The PTP is a part of the IEP which focuses on transition.  A PTP is written with the IEP team, which includes the student, when a student is 13 turning 14 during the timeframe of their IEP.  There are 8 components to the PTP.  They include:

  • Student Invite
  • Age Appropriate Transition Assessment
  • Measurable Postsecondary Goals
  • Annual Goals
  • Transition Services/Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS)
  • Outside Agencies
  • Course of Study
  • Age of Majority

More support for the PTP

DPI and the TIG have also created an online app, WiTransition, which can be found at www.witransition.com.  This app mirrors the PTP while providing a student friendly way to incorporate the student and family voice in the transition planning process.

Online PTP Course

The TIG, in collaboration with UW-Whitewater, has created an online PTP course to better familiarize educators with creating evidence-based and compliant Postsecondary Transition Plans for their students. The course is free and open to all. To access the course, please click the button below.

Support for academic career planning

The DPI promotes the objective of educational services for all students as preparation for College,  Career and Community readiness. Academic Career Planning (ACP) is a requirement of educational services for all students in grades 6-12.  The PTP and ACP compliment the transition process when used together to write measurable goals with the student.

The Transition Improvement Grant has created a resource PTP LiveBinder to assist in the Postsecondary Transition Planning process.  The LiveBinder can be accessed at this link. This Livebinder resource includes materials pertaining to  the following transition areas:

  • Transition Improvement Grant and Team
  • Wisconsin Self-Advocacy Suite
  • PTP Resources
  • Academic Career Planning
  • Indicator 14
  • Transition Planning Videos
  • Transition Planning Resources
  • Transition Partners
  • WIOA

Key Resources For Postsecondary Transition Plan (PTP)