VECAP Educational Webinars (VEW’S)
VECAP provides webinars on topics related to Vocational Evaluation and Career Assessment provided by highly trained practitioners and leaders in the field.
Webinars equal 1.0 continuing education credit which each registered participant will receive proof of participation. Participants will need to submit proof to their credentialing organization for credit.
Webinars can be viewed live or at a later date.
Fees for Webinars are:
Member Price $0.00 USD
Non-Member Price $35.00 USD
Student Price: $20.00 USD
Contact VECAP Home Office for group discounts
email@example.com | 804-277-9648
Pre-Approved CEU credits are not available; however, proof of participation will be provided once webinar evaluation is complete.
Upcoming VECAP VEW’s:
November 18th, 2021 3:30-4:30pm EST
Title: The Professional Profile of a Vocational Evaluator
Names of presenters: Carrol Warren and Roderick Stoneburner
Brief biographies of presenters:
Carrol Warren, Ed.D. is a faculty scholar with the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research and an Assistant Teaching Professor in the College of Education at North Carolina State University. Warren’s role as a faculty scholar focuses on the development of stakeholder relationships, the Executive Mentorship Program for Ed.D. students, and other special projects connecting the work of the center to the success of doctoral students. Warren’s previous experience includes service in counseling and administration and she has maintained her credentials as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor since 2004. Carrol also serves in consultative roles providing evaluation reports to organizations and vocational expert witness testimony to the Social Security Administration. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Meredith College, her master’s degree in education with an emphasis on rehabilitation counseling from The University of Texas at Austin, and her doctorate of education from North Carolina State University.
Rod Stoneburner, M.S. is a practicing vocational evaluator in the private sector, providing services to business, industry and for litigation purposes for the past 45 years. His first master’s degree was in Vocational Evaluation from the University of Arizona, and has been practicing in the private sector. He taught as an adjunct at California State University (Los Angeles & San Bernardino) in their graduate programs for rehabilitation counseling. He was part of the graduate advisory board for the program in San Bernardino, advising and assisting in curriculum/program development. He has over 15 years’ experience as a Vocational Expert for Social Security Administration. He has worked as a return-to-work coordinator for Lockheed Martin, worked for insurance companies, worked at University of California, Riverside as an ADA coordinator, return to work coordinator, ergonomics program developer/administrator, and HR analyst. He currently appears as an expert witness for workers’ compensation, family law, employment law, personal injury, and longshore cases in California. He is a California board member for IARP and participates in their mentorship program for new members.
Brief description of presentation content:
The November VEW will focus on the professional development of vocational evaluators. Attendees can expect to learn how to design their own executive profile to highlight their expertise, build connections, and develop their leadership roles in the world of vocational evaluation.
Three learning objectives:
Session attendees will establish a foundational understanding of how to strengthen their profile in vocational evaluation.
Attendees will contribute to a crowdsourcing activity designed to strengthen their professional profile.
Attendees will be able to access resources designed to build their capacity for leading teams who serve a common mission.
Timeframe: One hour presentation
Which of the six CVE categories the presentation is relevant to:
Leadership skills development
Staff recruitment, management and development skills
Client service skills development
Members please fill out Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfU7j2vqkfk7DFtue8_g5WdONuU8JyTBJ12mkwiYJR4jR5jpw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Non-members must register via PayPal (see below).
All questions may be directed to the Home Office Coordinator. We look forward to having you participate!
Contact Home Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-277-9648.
For upcoming or previously recorded VEW’s, refer to registration information below.
Past webinars can be purchased and viewed for continuing education credits.
Contact Home Office for Details (email@example.com | 804-277-9648)
June 21,2018 (Powerpoint Available)
Judith Imperatore, M.Ed.
Transition Assessment for Special Education & Vocational Evaluation: Planning the Process
July 19, 2018 (Archive Available)
Aaron Norton, LMHC, LMFT, MCAP, CRC, CFMHE
Vocational Implications of Medical Marijuana
August 16, 2018 (Archive Available)
Dr. Steve Sligar
Vocational Evaluation with Persons Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
September 20, 2018 (Archive Available)
Catherine Burzio, MA, PVE, GCDF, CCSP
Supporting English Language Learners in Career Assessment
October 18, 2018 (Archive Available)
Accessing and Increasing Motivation for Clients with Autism
November 15, 2018 (Powerpoint Available)
Dr. Mark Sementilli
Neuropsychological Evaluations: How to Interpret and When to Recommend One
February 21, 2019 (Archive Available)
Curtis Buler and Sam Castiglion
Vocational Evaluation with Persons Having Blindness/Visual Impairment
March 21, 2019 (Archive Available)
Making the Connections and Raising Expectations- Evaluating and Preparing for Innovative, STEM Employment
April 18, 2019 (Archive Available)
Susan T Cooper
The Change Process Model and It’s Implications for Career Assessment and Vocational Evaluation
September 19, 2019 (Archive Available)
Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Bridging the Gap Across Transition
November 21, 2019 (Archive Available)
Trauma – Informed Career Evaluation
February 20, 2020 (Archive Available)
Dana M. Cea
Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Individuals: Changing The Conversation Around Suicide
August 20, 2020 (Archive Available) Brooke Austin, Kristina Fredericksen, and Chris Hallissey
Practical Implications for Virtual Services
January 21, 2021 (Archive Available)
An Overview of the CCVE-ICVE Study Guide and TSA Guidelines
The following two special VEW’s have been offered at no charge to non-members: