NVTI will resume offering E-learning courses in the Summer of 2017
Homeless Veterans Reintegration Programs (HVRP) across the country keep employment front and center in the critical effort to end homelessness among Veterans. The resources offered in these webinars provide those of you that assist homeless Veterans in finding employment with valuable information that can open a doorway to opportunity and a pathway to independence that will contribute to reducing the homeless Veteran population.
The Investigators Online course is designed as a prerequisite to USERRA Investigator Training and is for VETS staff who process USERRA investigations. This course is split into three areas. Potential liability, Communication and Case File Evidence Evaluation.
The goals is to provide information on liability of investigators when conducting USERRA investigations; using written communication and investigative writing to produce documentation relevant to USERRA case processing; and sharpening critical thinking skills and knowledge as it relates to the Federal Rules of Evidence.
The goal of the Orientation to Veterans' Services (OVS) on-line program is to provide users with a better understanding of DVOP and LVER staff roles and responsibilities, what are VETS and NVTI, and to offer a broad range of valuable resources and contact information on state and national programs. Each segment takes about 10-20 minutes to review, depending on how in-depth the user wants to explore.
To support implementation of the refocusing efforts of the JVSG program, NVTI has created a six-module eLearning tool for American Job Center (AJC) frontline staff called "Preparing Veterans for Meaningful Careers" (PVMC). The site provides tools and resources to educate and inform AJC staff on how to best serve and assist veterans.
Topics areas and descriptions are:
Meet Your Veteran: Learn which AJC staff serves veterans, the different ranks and branches of service, and your role in helping veterans. Upon completion, you?ll have a better understanding of the environment veterans come from which will enable you to assist them in their job search.
Transferable Skills and Credentialing: Military service members come out of the military with a wide range of valuable skills. You will learn to translate those skills for a private sector job search.
Resumes: Transitioning service members and veterans often experience difficulty with translating their skills and experience when writing a resume. This module will help you assist them in writing a more effective resume which will get results?more interviews.
Interview: Employment interviews can make or break any candidates' opportunity to get the job. Veterans' experience with job interviews may be limited or non-existent. This module will help you learn ways to best build and improve veterans' interviewing skills and employment chances.
Disability Awareness & Resources: Some veterans will leave military service with disabilities. Learn how to assist and guide veterans with disabilities through their individual circumstances as they make career decisions.
Federal Laws & Programs: In this module we will discuss four specific federal programs or laws which may affect you and the veterans you serve. These programs will help you serve veterans and will allow them to access benefits they've earned.
The purpose of this e-learning course is to introduce the law and rules of The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).This course is for U.S. Department of Labor's Veterans' Employment and Training Services (VETS) employees, as well as Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Ombudsmen, guard and reservists and employers who would like to have a better understanding of USERRA.
After taking this course you will have a better understanding of:
- the guidelines and rules of USERRA, and what's the course of action for guard and reserve members, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) representatives, and employers.
- The scenarios presented are common circumstances, but are by no means are the only situations you may encounter.
USERRA 102 is an interactive online course which builds upon and expands the basic knowledge of USERRA law, which was gathered from the USERRA 101 course. The course is intended for VETS employees and ESGR Ombudsmen, although service members, employers, human resource personnel and other interested parties are welcome to access the course materials.
Successful completion of the USERRA 101 course is necessary before beginning this e-training.
: A time-frame of two weeks from the time the course begins is allowed for completion
Regularly scheduled throughout the year
Who attends this course:
DVOP/LVERs, non-veteran staff that interact with veterans to assist with benefit resources and referrals
This is a self-paced class that covers the basics of veterans' benefits. The participant has two weeks to complete the work assigned and may do the work either at their office and/or at home. The course is available/accessible 24 hours a day for each 12 day span.
The course has four modules. Each module includes reading assignments, quizzes and research. There is a discussion forum that requires individual postings open to all students and an on-line instructor. The discussion board is designed to be interactive and focused on making contacts at the local level.
The agenda for this session explores the following topics: Alcohol and drug dependence treatment, disability compensation, education and training, healthcare enrollment, homeless veterans, hospital and outpatient care, Montgomery GI Bill, post 9/11 Montgomery GI Bill, community resources, readjustment counseling, disability ratings, VA pension, veterans’ educational assistance programs, vocational rehabilitation and women veterans.
The purpose of this online program is to provide USERRA investigators with information to help them successfully conduct USERRA Investigations. Topic areas are Regulations, Principles and Tools and Information Security.
This course is for Federal staff.