Disability in the Workplace
This online course provides awareness training to help aquatic professionals recognize the key elements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), how it affects the workplace, public accommodations, discriminate between examples of situations meeting and violating the ADA, and how to appropriately interact with people with disabilities.
Disability in the Workplace focuses on the following topics, while the online format allows students to learn at their own pace
- Identify the purpose and scope of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, define disability and recognize examples of disabilities
- Recognize key definitions and examples of "qualified with a disability," "reasonable accommodations," "essential functions," and "undue hardship" listed in the Employment (Title I) section of the ADA
- Identify facilities affected by the requirements of the Public Accommodations (Title III) section of the ADA and examples of appropriate accommodations in those facilities
- Determine whether specific examples are in compliance with or violation of the ADA
Successful completion of this 20-minute online course earns a Record of Completion. IACET CEUs are available.