I am interested in employment assistance from CDTI. How do I sign up for services?
There are various ways to request/select CDTI, LLC as your employment provider. You can call, e-mail, go online, or visit the local CDTI office and answer a brief questionnaire. CDTI will next forward your information to the closest state Vocational Rehabilitation or Workforce office if necessary or contact you directly as your ticket-to-work provider. You can call or go directly to your local state Vocational Rehabilitation or Workforce office, and make an appointment with an employment/vocational counselor. At that point, you may request CDTI as your service provider.
What type of employment services do you provide?
We provide assistance with placement, pre-employment transition services, and career readiness and job seeking skills training; which includes soft skills training and assistance with resume development and interviewing skills. We assist with job development and job searches that includes meeting with potential employers to discuss your qualifications and assisting with completing the application and on-boarding process. On-boarding assistance includes one-on-one training to assist with employment responsibilities and tasks and making sure individuals are comfortable in their new position. Lastly, we will provide follow-up services with the employer and customer to ensure the best possible outcome for all parties.
How do I qualify for services?
As a partner with the Social Security Administration, Vocational Rehabilitation, the local school systems, and the state Workforce Agency, most individuals seeking vocational or job placement services from CDTI can benefit in a variety of ways. Please apply and a specialist will assist you will making the next appropriate step.
How long does it take to find a job?
The amount of time it takes to secure proper employment commensurate with each individual’s skills, abilities and qualifications will vary from each individual to the next. However, we make it our top priority to place each individual as quickly as possible in the best job setting possible. At CDTI, LLC, your best interest is always our main priority.
My child is under age 18 or is currently in high school. How do we assist our student with registering for services?
There are several ways to request/select CDTI, LLC as your child’s pre-employment transition provider. You and your student may call, e-mail, go online, or visit the CDTI office and answer a brief questionnaire. CDTI will next forward your child’s information to the school’s transition counselor/specialist.
You can call or go directly to your child’s school counselor or local state Vocational Rehabilitation or Workforce office, and make an appointment with a transition counselor. At that point, you may request CDTI as your child’s service provider.
3. Pre-employment transition services are provided to students ages 14-21. Please contact CDTI regarding in-school, after school, and summer camp programs.
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