||The purpose of the study was to examine the utilization of training female rehailitants recived as part of their rehabilitation programs. A compartison of female rehabilitants was done on types of training, reasons for training selection, cost of rehabilitation and length of time spent on rehabilitation. The data for the study were gathered by the use of two question-naires designed by the author and information contained in case records at the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation Services. The statistical procedure used to test the hypotheses was the Chi-square test, with the significance level set at .05. The hypotheses pertaining to the type of training, cost of rehabilitation and length of time on rehabilitation were not significant as variables to differentiate female rehabilitants who used or did not use training they received from rehabilitation. The hypothesis on reasons for selection of training was accepted and suggests that the desires of females in selection of training programs received from rehabilitation should be given serous consideration if the training is to be used by them.