Offered by the New England ADA Center
This course covers the rights of people with disabilities in housing under the Fair Housing Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The focus is on reasonable accommodations and reasonable modifications. We will address the definition of disability, the differences between accommodations and modifications, documentation of disability that a housing provider may require, undue burden, fundamental alteration and the request process. Approximately 2 hours.
Overview of the four major federal laws that require accessibility in new construction or alterations: the ADA, the Architectural Barriers Act, the Fair Housing Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. At the end of the course you should be able to determine which laws apply to different projects. Approximately 90 minutes. Approved for 1.5 LU/HSW credits from the American Institute of Architects.
An introduction to four major federal disability rights laws: the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, the Fair Housing Act, and the Air Carrier Access Act. At the end of the course you should be able to determine which laws apply to different discriminatory situations. Approximately 2 hours. Approved for 2 credits from the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification.
Who has obligations under Title I of the ADA, who has rights, pre-employment do's and don'ts, the process for identifying and providing reasonable accommodations, requirements concerning medical information and confidentiality, how to troubleshoot job performance and safety issues and the complaint process. Approximately 2.5 hours. Approved for 2.5 credits from the HR Certification Institute the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification.
Offered by Other ADA Centers and Organizations
An introductory web-course on the ADA organized into twelve topics. Each topic contains information as well as real-life examples and self-tests to help you apply what you've learned. Upon completion of the course, you can earn a certificate and one continuing education unit (CEU) if you meet all the "Certificate and CEU Requirements."
A self-paced tutorial designed to provide you with the basic principles and core concepts of Title II of ADA. Upon completion you will be able to discuss the purpose of the ADA using a civil rights framework summarize what is required under Title II of the ADA, explain each nondiscrimination requirement for Title II of the ADA, identify the defenses or limitations of each nondiscrimination requirement for Title II of the ADA and locate and use various resources for information on the ADA. Developed by the Southeast ADA Center.
How to effectively serve customers with a variety of disabilities. The course includes case studies and tests. Developed by the Southeast ADA Center.
"Federal Court Concepts" is designed to introduce secondary and postsecondary students to the American federal court system. It contains basic information about the structure of the federal courts, what kind of cases that federal courts hear, and how to use federal court decisions in research.