Understanding SSA Benefits and Employment
Understanding SSA Benefits
and Employment is a free day-long training conducted by the Work Incentives
Network. Attendees are those interested in learning the basics about work
incentives and the impact employment has on benefits. They will learn facts to
combat the common myths, how to access available work incentives, and when to
refer a participant to a certified benefits and work incentives
The Work Incentives Network
has scheduled four trainings to be held in Salem at the Department of Human
Services Cherry Avenue Training Center NE, Suite 150. The trainings are free
and will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Fort Rock Room.
- Feb. 20
- May 30
- September 20
- November 13
required and limited to 30 participants for each session. Please register
through iLearnOregon or enter https://ilearn.oregon.gov into your web browser.
Please call Gene Rada at
503-945-6264 or Paula Fitch at 503-947-5469 if your organization would
like to schedule a training or a presentation.
Additional Social Security and Work Incentives training is being offered by the Oregon Employment Learning Network (OELN) - Social Security Benefits and Work Incentives- May 15-16, 2018, Roth’s Fresh Catering, Founders Room, 1130 Wallace Road NW, Salem. Registration and additional information
can be found here
Work Incentives Counseling Initial Training Program
Work Incentives Counseling Initial Training Program is the certification training offered by VCU National Training Center, Virginia Commonwealth University in contract with the Social Security Administration. The free five-day training is offered monthly around the country. Travel, room, and meal costs are the responsibility of the attendees. A six-week certification process follows the five-day training and a commitment to the whole process is required.
Registration is limited.
Find more information about the training and certification process as well as training dates and locations on the VCU National Training Center website.