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NEW RESOURCE: Transition Programming Beyond Age 18

JUST RELEASED:  PTP 2.0 Guidance Video

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.

Transition Services/Pre-ETS

About Transition Services

Transition services are services or activities in the PTP that assist the student in meeting their postsecondary goals.  Transition services are defined as educational activities and supports designed to assist students with disabilities to achieve IEP goals and leave school prepared to reach their measurable postsecondary goals. The determination of specific transition service needs stems from individual results of age-appropriate transition assessments and the IEP team planning process.  Transition services and pre-employment transition services (Pre-ETS) are interchangeable terms in regards to WIOA.

Transition Services/Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) are outlined in the PTP. There are 6 basic components to the Transition Services/Pre-ETS as outlined by WIOA law.