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Serving Region 9 - Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada & the Pacific Basin

Need ADA Assistance? 1-800-949-4232 (Voice/TTY) Email Us

Training Request Form

Pacific ADA Center Staff can provide a training tailored to meet the needs of your group or organization on ADA topics including, but are not limited to:

General
• ADA Overview
• Service Animals
• Disability Awareness

California Access Specialist Program (CASp) Course
• Multi-Day Course
• Topics covered by the CASp exam
Title I – Employment
• Employment requirements overview
• Definition of Disability
• Drafting job descriptions
• Interviewing people with disabilities
• Post-offer/Pre-employment do’s and don’ts
• Disclosing a disability
• Reasonable accommodation: the process, examples, and “Undue Hardship”

Title II - State and Local Governments
• What kinds of entities are covered by Title II?
• Administrative requirements: ADA Coordinator, complaint process, etc.
• What are Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans?
• General non-discrimination, safety issues, integrated v. segregated programs
• What is “Program Accessibility” and how to achieve it
• Architectural accessibility - New construction and alterations
• Ensuring that communication is “equally effective”
• Reasonable modifications of policies, practices and procedures – What is required?
• Service Animals in government facilities
• Emergency shelter site selection and accessibility requirements
• Accessibility of parks, swimming pools, and other recreational facilities
• How to ensure accessibility of health care programs and facilities

Title III- Businesses and Nonprofit Organizations
• What kinds of entities are covered by Title III?
• What is a “Public Accommodation”?
• What is a “Commercial Facility”?
• Reasonable modifications of policies, practices and procedures –What is required?
• Ensuring communication is “equally effective” for customers and clients
• Service Animals in businesses
• Architectural accessibility – New construction and alterations
• Understanding what “readily achievable barrier removal” means

Facility Accessibility
• Comparison of ADA Standards and State Codes
• Requirements for new construction, alterations, and additions
• Parking accessibility requirements
• Building accessibility requirements
• Recreational facility and play area accessibility
• Understanding historic preservation and accessibility requirements