Structured Learning Experience

Collier Transition Program SLE

Students who participate in the Collier Structured Learning Experience (SLE) have access to various jobs in a multitude of career fields. Worksites range from general job training to career specific opportunities. Sites include, but are not limited to grocery stores, restaurants, hair salons, barber shops, video production companies, art galleries, elder care facilities, telecommunication companies, hospital work, retail opportunities, county parks, dentist offices, and much more.


OSHA Safety Training

All students who participate in SLE receive OSHA safety training that covers topics such as proper PPE, hour restrictions, employer rights, and other training topics on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace.

Lessons in Professionalism

Students who participate in SLE receive lessons in professionalism that include time management, goal setting, scheduling, self-advocacy, role playing scenarios such as interviews, as well as other topics pertinent to entering the workforce.