The application or implementation of learning vocational skills for children with intellectual disabilities requires special planning so that performance can be following the needs of students, namely through the assessment of interests and talents. This study aims to determine the assessment results of vocational learning development programs based on interests and skills. The approach used in this research is this research uses descriptive quantitative methods with a case study approach. The data from this study were collected with the sampling technique used in this study is the purposive sampling method, because the chances of becoming a member are selected as samples based on the considerations and decisions of researchers. The results showed an effect of implementing the vocational skills learning program for a student with an intellectual disability. This study concludes that implementing the vocational learning program in the culinary field impacts the vocational skills learning program for children with intellectual disabilities.
Learning programs, vocational skills, interest and talent assessment