There are several qualifications to become a vocational evaluator, or work adjustment specialist. An associate or bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation or a related field is necessary. There are several national certification programs available, through organizations like the National Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC). Experience working with people that have physical and mental disabilities is helpful for the job, as are strong written and verbal communication skills, patience, and the desire to help clients meet their work potential. The job duties of a vocational evaluator are to assess the work capabilities of a client and help them with adjustment to new work based on their physical or mental issues.
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