Secondary Transition

The Transition to Life After High School

The Center on Community Living and Careers offers training for Indiana middle and high school teachers who need information, resources, and assessments for their students preparing to transition to employment or postsecondary education and planning to live in their communities. Training is offered through CCLC's Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center (INSTRC).  

INSTRC Training Information

The Transition IEP Miniseries

A Transition Inidvidualized Education Program (IEP) is the plan that takes students with disabilities from high school to their lives, living, working, and participating in their communities. The Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, a project of the Center on Community Living and Careers, offers an online training course to transition teachers and administrators as well as members of the public.

The seven-module Transition IEP Miniseries presents the structure and components of a quality Transition IEP and the cyclical, aligned transition planning process. The course can be taken as a whole or in individual modules:

  • Transition IEP: Introduction
  • Student Involvement
  • Present Levels of Performance
  • Transition Assessments and Postsecondary Goals
  • Transition Services and Activities/Adult Agency Supports
  • Transition IEP: Annual Goals
  • Transition IEP: Conclusion

To enroll, follow the login and sign-up instructions: 

Transition IEP Miniseries

Plan Now to Attend: The Indiana Transition Conference in 2021!

An opportunity to learn from leaders in transition, network with colleagues, talk with parents, meet with employers, and much more! We'll publish the location, dates, and opportunities for participation here and on the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center website. Stay tuned.