> Hi, > > Some of you have experienced some confusion while trying to register > for the 11/5 Ticket to Work video-conference. For many people who are > first-time users of the new AHS system, registration will follow the > process as described below: > > The registration process for this event, as well as for all future > VR-sponsored trainings/events, is now entirely on-line (except for the > payment part) using the new AHS Training Registration and Management > System (TRMS). > > Important: Each person must register themselves for the training > (i.e., one person cannot register several others). > > Using the internet go to the AHS training event web site at: > http://humanservices.vermont.gov/professional-development/listings/dai > l-vr-training-events/ > > 1. Click on the event: "Ticket to Work". > 2. At the bottom of the event description, click on "Register for this > Event" which takes you to the Log In page. > 3. At the Log In page, select appropriate category: "I am not an > employee of the Agency of Human Services" > 4. Click on "Continue" which takes you to the TRMS Log In Form. > 5. Click on "Establish an Account." > 6. At "Establish a New User Account" page, complete the information > required. (Note: Please doublecheck that your e-mail address is typed > in correctly as it may be used in the future to contact you. Also, as > noted on the page, please be sure your log-in name does not include > any middle initials, spaces, commas, etc., so that the resulting login > name will be: firstname.lastname.) > 7. When completed, click on "Establish an Account" at the bottom of > the screen to finish. At this point it should prompt you to print out > a page with your user name and password, to save for future use. > 8. Now you can go back to the event page and register yourself for > this event. > > If you encounter problems with either setting yourself up a new > account, or registering for the event, you may contact: > [log in to unmask] or 241-2447. > > ------------------------ > > Here is the information about the coming video-conference: > > << File: TTW November 5th VIT 10-08.doc >> > > Looking for Increased Revenue . . . > > What: The Ticket To Work in Vermont > A Video-Conference About the Latest and . . . > > Who: VocRehab Vermont's Employment Network Partners > > When: November 5, 2008 > 1:15 pm to 3:15 pm > > Where: A Vermont Interactive Television (VIT) site near you. > > This VIT conference will provide information on how to maximize > revenue from the Ticket To Work. > > VocRehab Vermont has established joint Employment Network (EN) > agreements with its Supported Employment partners. This will be an > opportunity for Designated Agency staff who work for these EN partners > to learn about the specific opportunities, policies, and practices > related to Vermont's implementation of the new Ticket to Work > regulations. > > Space is limited. RSVP now. Go > http://humanservices.vermont.gov/professional-development/listings/dai > l-vr-training-events/ to register. It is important that each person > register separately. For directions to the VIT sites go to > http://www.vitlink.org/. > > If you encounter problems with either setting yourself up a new > account, or registering for the event, you may contact: > [log in to unmask] or 241-2447. > > Any questions about the conference content can be directed to Jerry > Wood, VocRehab Supported Employment Coordinator, at 241-2195 or > [log in to unmask] > > > > Jerry Wood > > Supported Employment Coordinator > VocRehab Vermont > 103 South Main Street, Weeks 1A > Waterbury, Vt 05671-2303 > [log in to unmask] > 802-241-2195 > > PPlease consider the environment before printing this e-mail > > This email message may contain privileged and/or confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient(s), you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this email message is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error, please immediately notify the sender and delete this email message from your computer. CAUTION: The Agency of Human Services cannot ensure the confidentiality or security of email transmissions.