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Federal and state laws require that school personnel be prepared to offer a full range of services to provide accessibility to disabled persons, including blind, deaf, or handicapped persons, as well as other persons with special education needs. This Certificate Program will prepare individuals to fully understand and implement these state and federal mandates. All of the courses offered meet the professional development hours for license renewal as required by the California Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board (link to CSUDH catalogue). The program was developed jointly between California State University Dominguez Hills and the Orange County Department of Education.
Who Should Attend
Educational administrators, teachers, and anyone who has the desire or professional need to learn the federal and state requirements for serving the disabled within their organizations, including:
In addition, the first course, SPE 530 Introduction to Assistive Technology, is an overview which will be of interest to a greater audience including parents of disabled students as well as other interested members
of the community.
Courses are offered online, year-round on a trimester schedule. All courses carry 3 semester units of graduate-level education credit.
There are no prerequisites for enrollment, and no admission process. When you're ready to register, call 310-243-3741.
Have questions about the program? Call 310-243-2075 (M-F) or email email@example.com
Orange County Department of Education
PO Box 9050
Costa Mesa, CA 92628-9050
Out of work and need training? This program is approved for funding through the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act. Contact the Workforce Investment Board for more information.
California State University Dominguez Hills provides the following information for its online and distance learning students in compliance with State Authorization information & Consumer Complaints federal Title IV regulation. Federal law [Section668.43(b)] requires all institutions must disclose to all students or prospective students the complaint agency in all states where students reside. If a student has a complaint or concern, information on how to contact a state agency and register a complaint, can be found at the following website: http://www.calstate.edu/AcadAff/state-regulatory-authorizations/index.shtml.
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