ADA training is essential for both compliance with the law and being inclusive of differing abilities in the workplace. The Americans With Disabilities Act was passed in 1990 and is intended to provide employees who live with differing abilities equal access. Our training covers the access required in the workplace and how to make reasonable accommodations. Even more than that, building on inclusion, respect, and using appropriate welcoming language are included in our training curriculum and the best practices we share. Advocates and federal and state workers continue to support and enforce equal treatment in the workplace and in society for those living with a disability. Although the ADA specifically mandates that employees with disabilities require workplace accommodations to perform their jobs with support, microaggressions and implicit bias still exist. Companies may overlook inclusion for people with disabilities in their diversity and inclusion initiatives. Diversity Builder offers training in the areas of ADA and disability to support organizations in their mission to be an inclusive workplace.
ADA as a part of a diversity and inclusion program is popular topic among our ADA classes. We do have online training options. Our ADA trainers offer tools and strategies to affirm differences with regard to disabilities.
Looking for a self-directed online program? Just ask. We have an engaging online program with tests for understanding and full reporting.