The vocational orientation phase is an extension of what the student gathered since childhood on various educational, behavioral, and social skills, independence and self-reliance skills, and developing their skills while considering their physical and cognitive abilities. This stage also takes into consideration the students’ professional tendencies, training in various professions, prepare them for the work environment, and include them with their peers.
The education at this phase is not limited to what’s mentioned above but also includes; personal development, training them on the appropriate manners, behaviors, etiquette, assessing various situations, and enhancing the student’s ability to accomplish various tasks, which all contributes to enhancing student’s ability to adapt to the work environment in the future.
Each student is assessed and an individual plan is designed for each student that taking into consideration his abilities in general, professional abilities are evaluated and individual abilities and limitations are taken into consideration, based on which achievable objectives are set and progress is monitored against them. It includes training on areas and skills that are useful for everyday life and the desired work domain.