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The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) has 85 locations throughout California administering the largest vocational rehabilitation program in the country for people with a full range of physical and psychiatric disabilities.
Vocational training, sometimes called job training or career training, is a proven way for someone to gain the knowledge and learn the skills to succeed in a new trade or occupation.
If you’re thinking you might be eligible for DOR services, here are some basics to get you started in applying.
The DOR has a vocational rehabilitation team that works with job seekers, who meet eligibility requirements and have the most significant disabilities, offering employment services that are tailored to ensure the best chance for career success.
These services include:
Implementing employment services such as these, the DOR reported over 13,500 successful employment outcomes for job seekers in the fiscal year 2015-2016.
The DOR has a three requirement application process.
You can get more information about DOR services here.
If you’d like to discuss going through the DOR to train for a healthcare career at Bay Area Medical Academy at either our San Francisco or San Jose campuses, reach out to us on 415-217-0077 or at info(at)bamasf.com.
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