ADA Training for HR Professionals
A comprehensive, streamlined course designed to help managers and human resources professionals identify potential issues involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and protect the company from legal claims. [Estimated time to complete is 2 hours.]
For Human Resources and Managers Who Want to:
✔ Feel confident making employee decisions, but are not sure what ADA procedures you should have in place
✔ Make sure to protect the company from employee-related claims
✔ Know how to identify and address requests for accommodation and determine which options are available to the company
✔ Our ADA training for supervisors ensure your management team knows how to identify potential AD
✔ Feel confident your managers are trained to ensure there is no retaliation to an employee who makes an ADA request
✔ Protect your business from costly litigation because you are unaware of best practicesEnroll Now
What You Will Learn:
- How to Identify tricky employee requests for a reasonable accommodation
- How to Respond and engage in the interactive process
- Effective Solutions: Learn cost effective solutions for both the company and employee
- Implement and Engage: Learn best practices to eliminate retaliation.
- Documentation: What medical documentation can be requested
Modules and Lessons:
Our ADA training for HR managers has all the tools you need to maintain compliance
✔ What: What is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
✔ Who does the ADA protect?
✔ How to determine if an employee is protected (hint: some disabilities are not obvious)
✔ Hiring: How to interview and hire employees without exposing the company to disability discrimination or failure to hire claims
✔ Request for Accommodation: How to identify a request for a reasonable accommodation
✔ Interactive Process: How to engage in the interactive process and identify an accommodation to suit both the employee and employer.
✔ Solutions: How to determine other available options for accommodations
✔ Resolution: How to approve or deny a request for accommodation
Ultimately, the ADA training course for HR professionals will also give you the confidence to make important employee decisions with ease so that you can focus your time and attention on your most important tasks.Enroll Now
What Is Included In the Course
ADA: The Complete Course is a ten (10) module online self-paced ADA compliance course that will teach you everything you and your management team need to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Downloadable Documents and Forms: In addition to the course, you will receive access to:
- Leave of Absence Tracker
- ADA Policy for your Handbook
- Guide to Making Decisions under the ADA
- List of Available Reasonable Accommodations
- Sample Letters to Respond to ADA Requests
You can complete the course at your own pace and will receive on-demand access to the ten value packed video and audio modules for up to three months.
Comprehension Quiz: You will have the opportunity to take a quiz at the end of the lesson to gauge knowledge and retention of the information.
Certificate of Completion: Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion.
Need Company Approval for the Purchase?
Download the Request for Approval Guide and sample e-mail to give your boss to obtain company approval for the purchase of the course.
Modify the e-mail to fit your needs, and attach the clickable PDF for an easy to understand explanation of the benefits of the course.Download the Guide and Sample E- mail for Approval
Create a Fair and Inclusive Workplace
Empower your employees with the knowledge and skills they need to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Enroll your HR professionals and managers in our ADA training today and equip them with the tools to navigate the complexities of the ADA, including reasonable accommodations, discrimination, and leave policies.
Interested in a Customized Training?
We offer customized training specifically tailored to your business needs and goals. Schedule a complimentary call HERE to discuss your needs.
Train the Trainer
Are you an a trainer or internal HR Professional and want individual training so you can present to your company? We offer this as well! Schedule a complementary consultation to discuss your business needs Here.
E-mail [email protected] and we will be happy to answer any additional questions you have.
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If you have any questions, or would like to discuss large group prices, e-mail [email protected]
Meet Your Instructor
Karly Wannos is an employment attorney in Florida and has been a practicing litigator for 15 years.
She is dedicated to providing valuable educational information to workplaces with employees through online trainings and podcasts.
Her trainings focus on employment law topics from the employer/management perspective, such as preventing discrimination and harassment, best practices to avoid retaliation claims, handling requests for medical leave, unpaid wages/overtime, and more.
In her free time, Karly enjoys spending time with her family, outdoor adventures, and trips to the beach.
Florida businesses interested in retaining Karly Wannos through her law firm, The Wannos Law Firm, PA for legal services, mediation or workplace investigations, please visit www.wannoslaw.comEnroll Now
This is not a law firm. Nothing on this site should be construed as legal advice. Karly does not provide you or your company legal advise through the use of this content or website. This website and the information contained herein is for educational purposes only. Karly Wannos is licensed to practice law in Florida only. Please consult with legal counsel before making any important business decisions. Some states may consider this to be an attorney advertisement.