The Americans with Disabilities Act and ADA Amendments Act of 2008 can get a little complicated. Our ADA specialist attempt to break through the complexity and provide straightforward, easy to understand, spirit based training on subjects such as:
Participants review the essential elements of the ADA, learn about the ADA National Network and, journey through the history of the ADA. Likewise, participants work through the titles included in the ADA, review enforcement agencies of the ADA, and take a glimpse of the future of the ADA.
Participants increase their awareness of appropriate disability etiquette and discover how proper etiquette can be the first step in barrier removal for those with disabilities.
Service animal training the definition of service animals, according to the ADA, is established along with information other common laws related to service animals. In addition, training in this subject helps to create a comfort level for front-line employees and provide recommendations for future interactions.
Title I for Employers
The ADA Center staff attempt to break down employer responsibilities in areas such as, determining reasonable accommodations, creating effective communication, essential job functions, and service animals. Additionally, guidance is provided concerning documentation of disability, safety concerns and non-discriminatory hiring practices.
Additional training courses
- Vital Signs for Communication
- Accommodating Employees with Disabilities
- The Role of the ADA Coordinator
- 2010 ADA Standards
- Effective Communication for Title II and Title III Entities
- Title II Overview
- Title III Overview
- Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans (Title II and Title III)
- Emergency Preparedness
- Accessible Trails- The New Trail Standards in ABAAS
- and specific training tailored to your group’s needs
To find out which trainings may be right for you, complete our Training Request Form and you will be contacted by one of the Rocky Mountain ADA Center specialists to discuss your needs. In some cases training may be provided free of charge but in most cases a nominal charge will apply for staff time, travel, and/or materials provided.