Bryan D. Boudreault

Certified Vocational Evaluator

Bryan D. Boudreault, CVE, has worked in the Rehabilitation field for more than three decades providing assessment/vocational evaluation services to disabled and economically disadvantaged individuals. Bryan received his certification in vocational evaluation in 1987 and since that time, has been a provider to State Vocational Rehabilitation, Division of Blind Services, private rehabilitation and a host of contracts through the years with Palm Beach County, Workforce Alliance and “Welfare to Work” programming. Bryan oversaw the first pilot project with Vocational Rehabilitation in the early 1990’s, providing “On-The-Job” Evaluations to better assess work performance with community employers. Bryan has received training and certification in several vocational evaluation systems (McCarron-Dial, Perceptual Memory Test, Careerscope, Apticom, Oasys, Wonderlic, SAGE) and in 2012, became certified through the University of South Florida in “Discovery,” a comprehensive assessment for customized employment.
Bryan has several years of management/supervision of Evaluation personnel who also bring to the table over twenty years’ experience. Bryan has been recognized by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and has an exemplary record of having met the standards for Vocational Evaluation accreditation. Bryan also enjoys giving presentations in the community including but not limited to; “Team Building in Organizations,” “Disability Sensitivity,” “Observation/Documentation,” “Understanding Vocational Evaluation”
and “Task Analysis/Job Coaching.” Bryan is on the Palm Beach County Homeless Housing Alliance Training Committee and provides training to agencies working with homeless individuals using the SPDAT (Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool).