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ADA for Supervisors - DVD Training

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Train supervisors and managers on critical Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) information.

This DVD and CD will help supervisors and managers gain a general awareness of the ADA and why it is important to understand how the law works, outline what supervisors must do when dealing with ADA issues in order to assist employees who request accommodations, and help the company stay in compliance.

ADA for Supervisors covers a wide variety of ADA topics, including:

  • What is the Americans with Disabilities Act?
  • To which employers does the ADA apply?
  • Which employer actions are covered under the ADA?
  • How does the ADA define an individual with a disability?
  • What are "mitigating measures"?
  • What is "reasonable accommodation"?
  • Takes a proactive training approach to help supervisors respond appropriately to employees' ADA issues
  • Ready-to-use training program includes several components
  • Main program is closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

Program Components

  • (1) 32-minute video - Provides an instructional blend of explanation, commentary and situational scenarios. Presented in a dynamic, contemporary style to keep trainees engaged. Includes additional 28 minutes of extra video segments.
  • (1) Discussion Guide - Provides training information, learning activities and discussion points to engage supervisors in the training session.
  • (11) Supervisor Handbooks - Reviews key training points and serves as a handy post-training reference.
  • (1) Trainer Tools CD-ROM (not sold separately) - Includes a PowerPoint presentation, a reasonable accommodation learning activity, a video scenario review blank, quizzes and answer keys, and a training log.

DVD Main Menu

  • Play Program - Plays entire main program (running time: 32 minutes)
  • Chapter Selections – Allows easy access to specific subtopics for more focused training.
    • Introduction - Covers the purpose and history of the ADA as well as the passage and purpose of the ADA, as amended (ADAAA)
    • To Which Employers Does ADA Apply? - Addresses which employers need to comply with the ADA
    • Which Employer Actions are Covered? - Lists examples of employer actions where discrimination based on disability is prohibited (e.g. job application, hiring, promotion, termination, etc.)
    • Who Is Considered Disabled? - Covers the following:
      • Prong One: Individuals who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities
      • Prong Two: Individuals with a record of having a condition
      • Prong Three: Individuals who are regarded as having a disability
      • Association with a person with a disability
      • Mitigating Measures
    • Essential Functions - Explains what essential functions are and the importance of having detailed job descriptions
    • Reasonable Accommodation - Explains what reasonable accommodations are and provides examples
    • Undue Hardship and Direct Threat - Explains what is meant by undue hardship and direct threat and how they relate to reasonable accommodation
    • ADA In Practice - Features two scenarios that illustrate how ADA works in practice:
      • Scenario 1: An employee with diabetes requests a reasonable accommodation for blood sugar testing
      • Scenario 2: An employee who needs prescription eyeglasses requests that his company pay for the glasses as a reasonable accommodation under ADA
    • In Compliance With ADA - Covers training, written policies, detailed job descriptions, responding to a possible ADA claim
    • Conclusion
  • Bonus materials - Total running time: approximately 28 minutes
    • Situational Scenarios- (running time: 14 minutes)
      • Scenario 1: An employee with diabetes requests a reasonable accommodation for blood sugar testing
      • Scenario 2: An employee who needs prescription eyeglasses requests that his company pay for the glasses as a reasonable accommodation under ADA
      • Scenario 3: An employee who is dyslexic requests a reasonable accommodation for giving a job application verbally
    • Quiz - Offers interactive questions with correct/incorrect video remediation to reinforce effectiveness of training (running time: 10 minutes)
    • Message for Management - Gives introduction to the training program and topic for trainers/management (running time: 4 minutes)

 

Here is a sample of the video that you will see:

 

 

 

Additional Information
Name ADA for Supervisors - DVD Training
SKU 48.29043
Year published 2012
Publisher J. J. Keller
Format DVD
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