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    Americans with Disabilities Act

    $27.00
    This Americans with Disabilities Act online training course explains the ADA in simple, understandable terms. It uses examples from news headlines to emphasize the importance of ADA compliance, and it reinforces these messages with realistic quiz scenarios presented at the end of the course. This course will help you recognize situations at work that raise ADA issues and will assist you in dealing with the issues effectively.
    SKU: P1942EN

    This Americans with Disabilities Act online training course explains the ADA in simple, understandable terms.  A company that already has a policy in place can use this Course to communicate that policy to its employees online — an efficient and timely form of communication for this important message — and ensure the employees' comprehension quickly and cost-effectively. Likewise, for a company that has not yet assembled or implemented an ADA compliance policy, the Course provides a turn-key solution that can be put in place almost instantly.

    Passed in 1990, the ADA seeks to end discrimination against the millions of people in this country with mental or physical disabilities. Covering every aspect of employment from hiring to termination, the ADA prohibits an employer from discriminating against a qualified person with a disability and requires the employer to make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. 

    Title I of the ADA prohibits employers from discriminating in all aspects of the employment relationship, including application, testing, medical examinations, hiring, training, assignments, evaluations, disciplinary actions, promotions, layoffs, and terminations, as well as compensation, leave, and other benefits. Since the law went into effect, its enforcement by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has resulted in payments of over $300 million by businesses to more than 20,000 individuals. Recent cases resulting in jury awards of up to $13 million in punitive damages make the importance of understanding and complying with the ADA clear.

    Course Learning Objectives

    By taking this online Americans with Disabilities Act course, the user will learn to:

    • State the purpose of the ADA.
    • Define commonly used terms in the ADA.
    • Explain the general principles of the ADA, including coverage.
    • Apply the ADA principles to the hiring and post-hiring processes.

    Course Outline

    This online Americans with Disabilities Act course is made up of the following sections:

    1. The ADA: An Overview
    2. Defining a “Qualified Person”
    3. Job Qualification Standards
    4. The Impact of the ADA after Hiring

    Course Audience

    This Americans with Disabilities Act online training course was designed for employees and supervisors.

    If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of online courses.

     

    Products specifications
    Course LanguageEnglish
    Length Range31 - 60 Minutes
    Length (Hours)1.00
    Course FeaturesAudio, NASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
    NASBA CPE Credits1.5
    Module Number(s)14905EN

    This Americans with Disabilities Act online training course explains the ADA in simple, understandable terms.  A company that already has a policy in place can use this Course to communicate that policy to its employees online — an efficient and timely form of communication for this important message — and ensure the employees' comprehension quickly and cost-effectively. Likewise, for a company that has not yet assembled or implemented an ADA compliance policy, the Course provides a turn-key solution that can be put in place almost instantly.

    Passed in 1990, the ADA seeks to end discrimination against the millions of people in this country with mental or physical disabilities. Covering every aspect of employment from hiring to termination, the ADA prohibits an employer from discriminating against a qualified person with a disability and requires the employer to make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. 

    Title I of the ADA prohibits employers from discriminating in all aspects of the employment relationship, including application, testing, medical examinations, hiring, training, assignments, evaluations, disciplinary actions, promotions, layoffs, and terminations, as well as compensation, leave, and other benefits. Since the law went into effect, its enforcement by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has resulted in payments of over $300 million by businesses to more than 20,000 individuals. Recent cases resulting in jury awards of up to $13 million in punitive damages make the importance of understanding and complying with the ADA clear.

    Course Learning Objectives

    By taking this online Americans with Disabilities Act course, the user will learn to:

    • State the purpose of the ADA.
    • Define commonly used terms in the ADA.
    • Explain the general principles of the ADA, including coverage.
    • Apply the ADA principles to the hiring and post-hiring processes.

    Course Outline

    This online Americans with Disabilities Act course is made up of the following sections:

    1. The ADA: An Overview
    2. Defining a “Qualified Person”
    3. Job Qualification Standards
    4. The Impact of the ADA after Hiring

    Course Audience

    This Americans with Disabilities Act online training course was designed for employees and supervisors.

    If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of online courses.

     

    Products specifications
    Course LanguageEnglish
    Length Range31 - 60 Minutes
    Length (Hours)1.00
    Course FeaturesAudio, NASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
    NASBA CPE Credits1.5
    Module Number(s)14905EN