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.


Upcoming VECAP VEW’s


Date: December 8, 2022

Time: 3-4:30 pm EST

Title: Job Analysis & Transferable Skills Analysis: Essential Tools for Vocational Consultants

Presenter: Roderick Stoneburner, M.S., ICVE, ABVE, IPEC, CRC/Retired


Presenter Bio

Mr. Stoneburner received his master’s degree in Rehabilitation/Vocational Evaluation from the University of Arizona (1973) and completed additional graduate work in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology at the University of Southern California and Organizational Leadership at Pepperdine University (Ed.D. abd). He has been a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor since 1979, retiring in 2016. He provided preparatory training for the CRC examination as well as served as a proctor for the examinations. Mr. Stoneburner has been affiliated with graduate programs in vocational rehabilitation at California State University locations in Los Angeles and San Bernardino from 1984 to 2009. His professional history includes practicing in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation in Southern California and, more specifically, in California’s Workers’ Compensation system since 1975. He has been retained as an expert witness (both applicant and defense) for Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Employment Law, Family Law and the Social Security Administration, having testified in numerous court cases relating to disability, employment issues, vocational assessment, residual earning capacity and determination of employability.

Description of Presentation:
Vocational consultants practicing in the private sector for business and industry utilize job analyses and transferable skills analyses as a foundation for their work. The Vocational Consultant provides services to companies for disability management operations such as return-to-work, ADA consulting, worker’s compensation, and employment law. The insurance industry uses Vocational Consultants for workers’ compensation, long-term disability, and related employment issues. Social Security Administration uses Vocational Consultants as vocational experts for issues of employability. Vocational Consultants are used for legal issues involving
personal injury, family law, and employment law. With additional training, Vocational Consultants can consult as Ergonomic Experts. In every instance, the skills for Job Analysis and Transferable Skills Analysis are considered the foundational requirement for the Vocational Consultant.

Learning objectives:
1. Understand use and application of Job Analysis/Transferable Skills Analysis
2. Have knowledge of Job Analysis and relevant resources and understand how to
conduct a Job Analysis
3. Have basic knowledge of Transferable Skills Analysis and understand process
needed to complete same


All are welcome to attend but pre-approved CEU credits for CVRP, CRC, and CVE are reserved for members only.  Want to become a member? Click HERE.

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All questions may be directed to the Home Office Coordinator. We look forward to having you participate!

Contact Home Office at  or 804-277-9648.



Past Webinars

Past webinars can be purchased for non-members. Members CLICK HERE to access the webinars.

Contact Home Office for Details (  | 804-277-9648)

  • May 2022 - Assistive Technology at Work: Tools for Independence 

  • April 2022 - Addressing the Hard to Address, During the Vocational Evaluation and Career Assessment Process

  • November 2021 - The Professional Profile of a Vocational Evaluator 

  • September 2021 - Using Standardized Vocational Assessments 

  • August 2021 - Assistive Technology and Reasonable Accommodations 

  • May 2021 - Acknowledge, Address & Adapt: Bias & BIPOC & LGBTQ+ Youth 

  • January 2021 - Canadian Assessment, Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Society - An Overview of the CCVE-ICVE Study Guide and TSA Guidelines 

  • December 2020 - Vocational Management of People with TBI

  • August 2020 – Practical Implications for Virtual Services 

  • March 2020 – Professional Credentialing and The New ICVE

  • November 2019 – Having a Trauma Informed Lens for Career Assessments 

  • September 2019 - Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Bridging the Gap Across Transition 

  • March 2019 - Making the Connections and Raising Expectations- Evaluating and Preparing for Innovative, STEM Employment  

  • February 2019 – Vocational Evaluation with Persons Having Blindness/Visual Impairment 


The following two special VEW’s have been offered at no charge to non-members: