National Technical Assistance Partnership (NTAP)

National Technical Assistance Partnership

The NTAP seeks to increase the transfer, utilization, and dissemination of information on promising practices on topics of national significance to the field of vocational rehabilitation. Specifically, the NTAP (1) provides technical assistance (TA) in the areas of national need identified in consultation with RSA and the TACE Centers and (2) seeks to increase the transfer, utilization, and dissemination of information on promising practice and knowledge from research on topics of national significance in the field of rehabilitation that can be used in providing TA to improve the performance of State vocational rehabilitation agencies.

Mission

TheNational Technical Assistance Partnership (NTAP)seeks to increase the transfer, utilization, and dissemination of information on promising practices on topics of national significance to the field of vocational rehabilitation. Specifically, the NTAP (1) provides technical assistance (TA) in the areas of national need identified in consultation with RSA and the TACE Centers and (2) seeks to increase the transfer, utilization, and dissemination of information on promising practice and knowledge form research on topics of national significance in the field of rehabilitation that can be used in providing TA to improve the performance of State vocational rehabilitation agencies.

Sponsors

GW logo

TheGeorge Washington University Center for Rehabilitation Counseling Research and Education (GW-CRCRE)aims to enhance research, as well as to provide opportunities for growth and development to a diverse population. The GW CRCRE is located within the GW Graduate School of Education and Human Development and is the home to the Region 3 TACE Center, the Institute on Rehabilitation Issues, and the National Rehabilitation Leadership Institute.

University of Arkansas logo

TheUniversity of Arkansas CURRENTSprovides customized training and consulting for organizations ranging from large state agencies to small not-for-profits. Our name, CURRENTS (an acronym for Center for the Utilization of Rehabilitation Resources for Education, Networking, Training and Service), represents the energy and forward momentum we bring for “powering your potential.” The mission is to help individuals recognize and develop their potential and to help organizations foster the type of culture and environment where individuals can make their unique contributions.

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The NCRTMis sponsored by Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and hosted by Utah State University. We serve the profession of Vocational Rehabilitation as a centralized resource for the development, collection, dissemination, and utilization of training materials; as a forum for advancing knowledge through applied research and open dialog; and as a marketplace for career and staff development. The mission of the NCRTM is to advocate for the advancement of best practice in rehabilitation counseling through the development, collection, dissemination, and utilization of professional information, knowledge and skill.

Conference Resources

You can access handouts and presentation material from conferences held in 2012-2013 by clicking on the link for each conference below.

For Additional Information, Please Contact

Maureen McGuire-Kuletz, Ed.D, CRC
Co-Director/Associate Professor
The George Washington University 
Center for Rehabilitation Counseling Research and Education (CRCRE) 

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