(Prerequisites: CE825 and RE701) Students must have an approved application for admission to the practicum the semester before expected enrollment. Students will complete a total of 100 hours of practicum. This course is designed to provide graduate RC students with the opportunity to apply case management and counseling skills in community settings. RCs-in-Training are closely supervised by a site supervisor and a faculty clinical supervisor. This course transitions students from theoretical and academic applications to practical and real-world applications of job-related assessment, exploration, placement, development, and supports and related counseling strategies and issues. Career counseling, and identification and referral of consumers? medical and psychological issues is emphasized.