Employers will have access to a RoboCoach Training module that will teach about how to use the software. Career Coaches are there for support. When new tasks are created a task blueprint will be developed that will speed up the creation of a similar task again. It is estimates it would take 15-20 minutes per week to help participants schedule their weekly work tasks within RoboCoach.
Currently the use of RoboCoach technology will be available to the participants throughout the duration of the federally funded program, July 31, 2023. After this time, companies wishing to continue the use RoboCoach will need to enter into a separate agreement with Technology North that will be negotiated on a case by case basis.   
Currently, RoboCoach uses Pleasant Password Server to store and protect all passwords. RoboCoach tracks task performance data but data is stored and shared in a siloed way to ensure that users only receive data that is pertinent to them. Data resides on Canadian servers.
Currently, there are six modules in the employer partner training that will range from 30 to 60 minutes in duration to be completed before the participants work placement. Companies completing the training will be eligible for a digital badge or certificate of completion. Training is designed to make the work placement set the stage for a successful working relationship.

Modules include: (1) What is Autism? (2) How to create an idea work environment and interact with Autistic individuals in a best practice way? (3) Role of the career coach, supervisor, and mentor. (4) RoboCoach software training for employers. (5) How to define an appropriate job task and role. (6) What employer-partners need to do before, during and after the work experience.
For additional information, contact us at: contact@autismcantech.ca
For RoboCoach Support, contact Maxwell Macleod at: robocoachsupport@autismcantech.ca