Skills Special Education Technician - Persons With Disabilities near Winnipeg (MB)

Find out what skills you typically need to work as a special education technician - persons with disabilities in Canada. These skills are applicable to all Instructors of persons with disabilities (NOC 42203).


  • Instruct students in reading and writing braille
  • Instruct students in lip-reading, finger spelling and sign language
  • Instruct in the use of rehabilitative techniques, prosthetic devices and wheelchairs
  • Instruct students in formation and development of sound for speech using hearing aids and other devices
  • Assist students to develop life skills
  • Provide job training and support
  • Assess individuals in areas such as physical limitations, orientation and mobility skills, and cognitive, social and emotional barriers to establish client rehabilitation or adaptation goals
  • Collaborate with specialists to develop programs for clients' special needs
  • Develop individualized education and intervention plans based on special needs of client to facilitate their readaptation and independence objectives

Skills and Knowledge Checklist

The following skills and knowledge are usually required in this occupation.


Service and Care Help - Service and Care
  • Serving Others
  • Counselling and Nurturing
Communication Help - Communication
  • Interviewing
  • Advising and Consulting
  • Professional Communicating
  • Teaching and Training
  • Liaising and Networking
Information Handling Help - Information Handling
  • Processing Information
Analysis Help - Analysis
  • Analyzing Information


Social Sciences and Arts Help - Social Sciences and Arts
  • Sociology and Anthropology
  • Psychology
Education and Training Help - Education and Training
  • Teaching and Instruction
Health Services Help - Health Services
  • Therapy and Counselling
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