Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Training

americans with disabilities act (ada) trainingThe Americans with Disabilities Act, known as the ADA, is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against qualified applicants and employees based on their disabilities. The ADA also requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants and employees with disabilities, unless it would impose an undue hardship on the organization. 

Under the ADA, it’s unlawful to discriminate against an individual with a disability in all employment practices and activities, including recruiting, hiring, termination, pay, benefits, training, job assignments, promotions and lay-offs. Organizations that violate the ADA can face serious fines, penalties and fees. 

In its guidance on the ADA during COVID-19, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has said that employers are expected to comply with their obligations under the ADA, while following the most current guidelines from the CDC or state and local public health officials.   

Providing employees and managers with ADA training can help organizations comply with ADA regulations and combat social stereotypes about what disabled persons can or cannot do, contributing to a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

Online ADA Training

This course provides an overview of the ADA, explains how the law applies to employees and applicants in the workplace, and addresses the responsibilities of managers and supervisors. Designed in a modern, interactive format, the course features a video host, viewer email questions and interactive  assessments to boost engagement and reinforce key ADA concepts. It’s available in versions for employees (15-min) and managers (20-min), and includes a course completion certificate.

Topics include:

  • Rights and protections under the ADA
  • Qualified individuals under the ADA
  • Conditions considered disabilities under the ADA
  • Alcohol and drug use
  • Essential job functions
  • Interview questions for applicants and employees
  • Reasonable accommodations/interactive process 
  • Notification process
  • How the ADA helps ensure a more diverse workplace

Additional material in the managers’ version covers: 

  • Responsibilities of managers and supervisors under the ADA
  • Recruiting and hiring decisions
  • Handling accommodation requests
  • Undue hardship
  • Confidentiality

The Traliant Difference
From preventing sexual harassment and discrimination to preparing employees to return to work during COVID-19, Traliant’s modern, interactive training helps organizations meet the challenges of today’s diverse workplace and foster a respectful, inclusive culture. 

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