Work Incentives Training Information

Interested in learning more about Work Incentives Planning? Opportunities are available!

Introductory Web Course Training provided by VCU National Training and Data Center 

This free online course offered monthly consists of six one-hour sessions presented using video lectures and interactive activities. The course is primarily self-directed and self-paced over a two-week period and is a good introduction to the Social Security disability benefit programs (SSI and SSDI) and their associated work incentives as an overview of the field of work incentives planning. For detailed information, dates, and registration information visit: 

VCU CWIC and Community Partner Work Incentives Counseling Initial Training Opportunities 

This is an intensive five-day initial training provided to participants in a classroom setting who are seeking certification as a CWIC or CPWIC. Going through the initial classroom training is the first step in the certification process. To learn more about the training, upcoming training dates, and application information, please visit:

Cornell Yang-Tan Institute ‘s Work Incentives Planning and Utilization for Benefit Practitioners Certificate Series (with Credentialing as a Benefits and Work Incentives Practitioner) –

This is a fee-based, online intensive training and certification program where participants meet twice a week over eight and a half weeks, followed by an online examination. For details about the cost, requirements, class dates, and certification, visit:

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