Americans with Disability Act Online Training Program

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) online training program focuses on the the key components of the legal requirements and legislation, including compliance requirements for all employers to follow. The course is self-paced and easy to follow, using terminology that is understandable and news headlines to highlight the importance of adherence to the compliance contained within the legislation. This course is ideal for employees to gain an understanding of ADA regulation and policies. It is also excellent for HR managers and other leadership who have responsibilities in establishing an HR policy related to ADA.

Topics Covered in this ADA Class

In this course, the following topics are covered:

Key ADA Definitions including a Qualified Person and Reasonable Accommodation

Who is Protected by the Statute

How to Incorporate ADA Compliance within the Hiring Process

How to Address Current Employees who are Qualified Persons

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    Online ADA Training Format

    The course length is slightly less than one hour and includes audio and visual components. Real-life scenarios are blended into the quizzes at the end of the course to test for understanding. This course was designed to offer an effective and affordable solution for companies and organizations who have established an ADA policy and need a way to communicate about ADA requirements to employees. Similarly, for a company that has not yet established an ADA compliance policy, the online ADA class provides a turn-key solution that can be put in place almost instantly. Upon completion of the class, . Once you’ve completed this course, you will have the foundational knowledge you need to ensure your organization adheres to important ADA regulations.

    ADA Law

    On July 26, 1990, the President George H. W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) into law. The law was put into place to end discriminatory practices against individuals with physical and/or mental disabilities. The ADA is enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) and is considered one of the most comprehensive legislations protecting civil rights against people with disabilities. The act protects those with disabilities to have the same opportunities with regards to employment, as consumers, and to take part in government programs at the state and local levels.

    ADA Protections

    Title I of the ADA prohibits employers from discriminating as an employer, including the job hiring and application process, job testing, medical examinations, training and coaching, position and job assignments, evaluations, disciplinary or performance actions, job promotions, layoffs and terminations, in addition to compensation, leave and other company benefits. Since the inception of the ADA, its enforcement by the United States’ EEOC has resulted in businesses and organizations paying in excess of $300 million. Recent EEOC cases report punitive damage awards reaching $13 million. It is critical that companies and their staff gain a working knowledge of ADA legislation and compliance.