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One who provides counseling services.
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The personnel included in this new structure were attendance officers, visiting teachers, school nurses, school physicians, and vocational counselors.
The announcement said that its purpose was "to fit young men to become vocational counselors and manage vocation bureaus in connection with YMCAs, schools, colleges and universities, and public systems, associations and businesses anywhere in the county.
Throughout the group process, the vocational counselor lays a supportive/instructional role, providing direction and needed structure.
It is recommended that some combination of the vocational integrator model (working to integrate vocational services into the treatment system) and a vocational counselor (to provide direct services) would be a desirable intervention.
Expanding the training of vocational counselors to include the use and interpretation of psychological tests and gaining the knowledge that would allow them to be able to work with diverse populations.
According to the data, in addition to economic growth, the rise in the number of vocational counselors helped bring up the number of employed by 5.
Early in this century, high schools and colleges began to employ vocational counselors to evaluate students' aptitudes and give them information about appropriate career paths.
Due to the 1992 Rehabilitation Act Amendments, vocational counselors must include PAS in IWRP's so that clients and counselors begin to plan for PAS needs preclosure.
The District of Columbia Department of Corrections has more than 2,500 volunteers in a variety of positions, including chaplains, health education counselors, nurses, adult education teachers, family counselors, employment specialists, vocational counselors and trainers, and ex-offender support services specialists.
Look beyond the recommendations of vocational counselors and assess for yourself the future benefits you could gain or lose upon accepting a job offer.
This new optional service results in a more integrated, holistic view of employee absence management within an organization and provides employees with access to vocational counselors to support them in their accommodation needs.

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