Vocational Rehabilitation Frequently Asked Questions
- How much is the training and what does it include?
- How can I pay for my training?
- Do I need any previous qualifications to enroll?
- How long does it take to complete the program?
- How much time should I allot for studying each day?
- How do I get a job after my training?
- What type of support do I receive from my online mentor?
- How do I know how I'm doing in my training as I progress through it?
- What are the qualifications of the instructor?
- What is the "pass rate" for students when taking certification exams after going through your training programs?
- What are the System Requirements necessary for accessing the training programs?
- What are the National Healthcareer Association's requirements to take the NHA National Certification Exams (CBCS)?
- Can you help my company develop a DHH Accessible training program?
How much is the training and what does it include?
This comprehensive 3-Month online video instruction program provides you with flexible, self-paced learning options and guided support. The full program cost is $2000 (Funding Options Available) and includes:
- Online Access to Video Instruction w/ ASL Interpreter and Closed Caption in English
- Student Guides
- Skill-Building Quizzes, Tests, and Practice Exams
- Support from LiveMentors.com through on demand online chat/email
- Complete "Getting Started Guide"
- Certification Exam Fee
- On-line Mentor Support through Email and Live Chat
How can I pay for my training?
Vocational Rehabilitation is a state program that provides individualized vocational rehabilitation and supportive services to assist eligible individuals with disabilities to get and keep jobs compatible with their skills and abilities.Learn more about funding your DHHTraining.com Career Training with Vocational Rehab here.
Do I need any previous qualifications to enroll?
How long does it take to complete the program?
How much time should I allot for studying each day?
How do I get a job after my training?
What type of support do I receive from my Online Mentor?
With LiveMentors.com, you have on-demand access to subject matter experts via live chat. Get instant help with topics and tasks through live demonstration, collaborative learning, and step-by-step instruction, all from an actual expert instructor.
Access to the Knowledgebase puts an assortment of supplemental materials and activities at your fingertips. Course materials including student guides, courseware lists, quiz/test answer keys, and links to valuable resources are all assembled in one place to help keep you on task, and on target to certification success.
How do I know how I'm doing in my training as I progress through it?
Review-quiz modules are placed throughout the training, testing your skill-set retention. Students can pause, review, and skip materials as needed to ensure skill-set retention.
At the end of each chapter of video content, students take a chapter review quiz measuring the retention of material taught througout the chapter.
In addition to these quizzes, there are several practice tests and exams located within your program courseware, student guide, or accessible via the LiveMentors.com website.
What are the qualifications of the instructor?
What is the "pass rate" for students when taking certification exams after going through your training programs?
What are my system requirements for the training?
Computer/Processor: 2 GHz or above Intel Pentium 4 or above AMD Athlon 3800+ or above; 512MB RAM or above; Keyboard and Mouse, Network Card 100BaseT or higher; Sound Card/Speaker/Headset; Configured default printer for printing scores and Certificates of completion; Operating System: Windows XP SP3; Internet browsers IE v6 and above, Mozilla Firefox v3.0 and above; Internet connection 1.5Mbs or better.
Important additional requirements
Super VGA (1024 x 768) or higher-resolution video adapter with 128MB VRAM and monitor The latest versions Macromedia Flash player and Shockwave player plug-ins for Internet browser (Firefox doesn't use plug-ins installed for IE)
What are the National Healthcareers Association's requirements to take the NHA National Certification Exams (CBCS)?
The Student must meet one of the following criteria:
The Student must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma, or equivalency, as well as one of the following:
- Must have successfully completed an accredited or approved training program within the last year.
Must have worked within the past year in the field of certification for a minimum of one year.