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WATWest Africa Time (GMT-0100)
WATWork and Travel (cultural exchange program)
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WATWay Ahead of Time (computing)
WATWindows Activation Technologies (Microsoft)
WATWalk-a-Thon (fundraising)
WATWithout A Trace (TV show)
WATWar against Terrorism
WATWaters Corp (stock symbol)
WATWojskowa Akademia Techniczna (Polish: Military University of Technology)
WATWheelchair Accessible Taxi ( Australia)
WATWhite Adipose Tissue
WATWaterford, Ireland (Airport Code)
WATWrite Acceleration Technology
WATWatch Dog Timer
WATWireless Audio Transfer
WATWest Africa Time
WATWeb Authoring Tool
WATWord Authoring Tool
WATWeb Accessibility Tool
WATWeighted Average Tenor (investing)
WATWoordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal (RSA)
WATWe are Talented
WATWork Adjustment Training
WATWafer Acceptance Test
WATKey West to Aruba to Trinidad (routing destination; US Navy)
WATWeight, Altitude, and Temperature (aviation)
WATWax Appearance Temperature (petroleum industry, pipelines)
WATWebsite Administration Tool
WATWorkshop on Agreement Technologies
WATWheel and Track
WATWashington Accessible Taxi (King County, WA)
WATWide Area Tandem
WATWeapons Augmentation Team (US Coast Guard)
WATWork Authorization Tracking
WATWireless Action Team
WATWet Anode Tantalum
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* Sheltered employment and work adjustment training are the dominant approaches used for job preparation in rural locations.
Provide a period of work adjustment training prior to placement.
Work adjustment training can aid aH clients - from those who need a short period of assessment before placement to those who may need more intensive preparation.
* The centers invested limited time in services directly related to securing employment for clients such as work adjustment training, job search, placement, and on-the-job follow-up.
Ninety-six clients were selected from the work adjustment training program operated by the NRCD.
The criterion variable in this study was defined as group membership in either the work adjustment training or vocational skills-training programs (i.e., sheltered employment bound vs.
Second, it is structured in such a way as to permit the rehabilitation practitioner direct sequencing among client problem identification (e.g., traumatic brain injury resulting in cognitive deficits in perception, information processing and expression of behavior) goal setting, (e.g., minimizing the effects of these residual cognitive deficits on the client's performance of daily activities within the work and community settings), and interventions (e.g., cognitive rehabilitation, teaching client the necessary ADL skills, assisting client in the transition to a semi-independent or independent living environment, providing client with work adjustment training, and if needed, with job placement, supported employment, and follow-up services).
Women and men were provided dissimilar vocational rehabilitation services, in the degree to which vocational skill training, work adjustment training, and services to family members were provided.