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ADA Training (1/2 day)

Course Number HRD 634
Target Audience All State Employees
Description The course is designed to provide supervisors and employees with the basic principles and core concepts of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).  The course provides an overview of the ADA but also focuses specifically on the requirements of the employment provisions contained in Title I.
Topics Include
  • Discuss the purpose of the ADA using a civil rights framework.
  • Identify the five titles of the ADA and discuss their impact on employment, government, and private sector organizations.
  • Define the general nondiscrimination requirements and terminology of the ADA.
  • Explain the specialized provisions related to the ADA and employment (Title I).  
  • Identify supervisor and employee responsibilities in administering the ADA.
  • Discuss the most recent court decisions impacting the administration of the ADA 
Duration Three Hours
Time 1 - 4
Location Personnel Development Center
Cost Free
Min/Max Class Size 12/12
Facilitator Nancy Astrike / Brenda Dixon
Registration Information

Classes are offered intermittently.

To register as a state employee through your Learning Center, please visit Beacon and click your "Learning" tab at the top of the page.

If you do not have a Beacon ID, you may continue to use the registration form below:

January – June classes, click here.

July – December classes, click here