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									                                             Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
                                                     Embedded Training Proposal

                                        Introduction and Instructions
The CRP or potential CRP seeking to offer Embedded Training for DARS must submit a proposal using this form.
Please note that the proposer must become a CRP and meet all staff requirements listed in the DRS Standards for
Providers Chapter 9 before providing consumer services.
The goal of Embedded Training is for the host business, community rehabilitation provider (CRP), and the DARS
counselor to work together to help the consumer develop skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment
through skill acquisition in a business setting.
Host businesses for Embedded Training offer a high quality learning environment, allowing consumers to acquire
practical skills on up-to-date equipment and under trainers familiar with the most recent working methods and
technologies and develop key soft skills in the “real work” environment. Embedded training facilitates a connection
between potential employers and potential employees, making recruitment much more effective and less costly for
the business.
DARS Embedded Training prepares consumers to take advantage of job opportunities in high-growth, high-
demand industries in the Texas workforce. Embedded-training programs allow consumers to attain both hard and
soft skills, creating well rounded consumers who can compete in the competitive labor market for the industry of
their choice.
Embedded training’s benefits for the business include the following:
    provides opportunity to observe and evaluate work skills, motivation of potential hires;
    reduces recruitment cost in gaining qualified and motivated workers;
    improves retention of employees, therefore providing a return on investment for the business; and
    improves productivity with recruits being trained in the business’s standards before the first day of
      employment.
For guidance on the details that must be incorporated into the submitted proposal and for requirements of the
proposer, refer to Chapter 9: Embedded Training and Placement Services in the DRS Standards for Providers
manual at http://www.dars.state.tx.us/DRS/providermanual/default.htm.
                                  Demographic Background Information
CRP or proposer’s name:                                    Taxpayer identification number (TIN):

Street address: (include PO box, if any)

City:                                                    State:                       ZIP code:
Web address (if any):
Contact’s last name:                      Contact’s first name:              Contact’s title:

Primary contact number:                                  Secondary contact number:
(   )                                                    (  )
Primary contact fax number:                              Primary contact email address:
(   )
Describe the CRP: (mission or vision, goals, length of time in operation, etc.)




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Describe services the CRP currently provides for DARS:

Describe the CRP’s experience in assisting the general public and persons with disabilities in
preparing for, finding, and maintaining employment.
(include a description of the skill sets that the persons possessed and the positions gained)

Describe the scope and extent of the CRP’s experience in working directly with businesses to
train and hire people with disabilities and/or support their employment.

Describe how the CRP’s community and business contacts will provide DARS consumers
improved access to competitive employment that will use the skills gained through the
Embedded Training in the industry of the host business.


Host business name:                                  Taxpayer identification number (TIN):

Street address: (include PO box, if any)

City:                               State:                              ZIP code:
Web address (if any):
Contact’s last name:                Contact’s first name:               Contact’s title:

Primary contact number:                              Secondary contact number:
(   )                                                (  )
Primary contact fax number:                          Primary contact email address:
(   )
Describe the host business: (mission or vision, goals, length of time in operation, etc.)

Describe the host business’s production requirements and skills requirements for new hires
including any prohibitive hiring restrictions.

Describe the host business’s need for skilled workers and recruitment practices:

Describe the host business’s practices, resources, and curriculums used for competency training
of both new and seasoned employees.

Describe the host business’s interactions with trade associations, industry groups, and
workforce groups.

Describe the host business’s capacity to provide opportunity for employees to advance.

Describe how the host business’s community and business contacts will provide DARS
consumers improved access to competitive employment that is in demand and/or has growth
potential.


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Describe all formal and informal agreements made between the CRP and the host company
related to the proposal. (Include all pertinent and signed documents that relate to the proposal.)


Describe the roles that the CRP, host business, and any other partners participating in the
proposal will fulfill.


            Description of the Proposed Embedded Training and Placement Services
What unmet needs of the host business will be met?


How has the CRP worked with DARS offices to identify any unmet needs that can be fulfilled by
the host business and the local industry?


Describe the objectives and outcomes for the host business, the DARS consumer, and the CRP
using measurable terms including time frames:
Host business:


DARS consumer:


CRP:


Length, duration, frequency, and times of the training (hours, days, weeks, etc.):


Compensation packages to be gained by the participating consumer:
(hourly wage or salary, worker compensation insurance, benefits, discounts, “perks,” etc.)


Capacity, volume, and demand that can be achieved by both the training and placement
components of the service:


Location of service:


Record-keeping methods to be used to measure the objectives, outcomes, and deliverables for
the Embedded Training:


If your proposal is accepted, you will be documenting consumer progress on forms DARS3311
and DARS3313. List any additional documentation tools you plan to use to measure the
project’s success related to the objectives, outcomes, and deliverables:




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Program’s minimum capacity to serve consumers per session:
Program’s maximum capacity to serve consumers per session:
Program’s minimum capacity to serve consumers per year:
Program maximum capacity to serve consumers per year for success:
Embedded Training cost per consumer participating:
Comments:




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 Provide an itemized cost breakdown for the services to be provided using the spreadsheet below. Include costs being covered by the host business,
 CRP, and any other partners. Not that all descriptors in the spreadsheet may not apply. Note the column “Comments for Clarification.”
                                                           Consumer Cost
                                                           NOT Included in                   Consumer
                                           Consumer Cost the Embedded                       Cost Covered   Total Cost per
          Itemize all entries             to be Included in Training Fee   DARS Cost per      by Host       Consumer for
                                           CRP Embedded DARS to Pay per      Consumer       Business- No   the Embedded
       Consumer-Related Cost                Training Fee         PO            Total        Cost to DARS      Training      Comments for Clarification
Association Fees
Criminal Background Checks
Drug and Health Screenings and
Immunizations
Personal Safety and Protection Gear
Tools and Equipment
Uniforms and Uniform Fees
Wage
Workers Compensation Insurance per
Industry Standards
Other:
Other:
Other:

                                 Totals
                                                                                                                  Total
                                          Number of                                                   Host      Personnel
                                            Hours                                       CRP         Business     Cost for
          Itemize all entries                                                         Personnel
                                           Worked                Fringe    Indirect                Sponsored    Embedded           Comments for
          Personnel Cost                  per Week     Salary   Benefits     Cost     Total Cost      Cost       Training           Clarification
Embedded Skills Trainer
Job Placement Specialist
Host Business Trainer
Other:
Other:
Other:

                                 Totals

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                                                                                                                   Cost per
                                                                                    Cost per       Cost per       Consumer
                                                                                  Consumer to     Consumer        Covered by
          Itemize all entries                                                    be Covered by    Covered by    Host Business
                                                                      Total        Embedded      CRP with No    with No Cost to   Comments for
       Service-Delivery Cost                Quantity   Unit Cost     Amount      Training Fees   Cost to DARS        DARS          Clarification
Soft Skill Curriculum Supplies




Hard Skill Curriculum Supplies




Placement Supplies




Cost of Unusable or Nonsalable
Materials to Be Incurred by Host
Business
                                                                                         N/A         N/A
                                                                                         N/A         N/A
                                                                                         N/A         N/A
Miscellaneous Other:




                                   Totals                N/A




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