Human Resource Law: Americans with Disabilities Act

Human Resources

Serebra Learning Corporation

Human Resource Law: Americans with Disabilities Act provides in depth information about the Americans with Disabilities Act. This program instructs employers on the specifics of the law and the complications involved in determining which employees qualify for ADA protection. In addition this program provides defenses to discrimination claims an explanation of reasonable accommodation and undue hardship and ways for employers avoid or minimize the incidence of employee claims.

This is primarily online training
on-line e-learning cbt (computer based)This is an online eLearning or CBT training program
Duration:4 hours
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by Serebra Learning Corporation
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Human Resource Law: Americans with Disabilities Act
Audience

The target audience for this series is HR managers HR directors and senior managers.

Objective

  • Identify the four terms of ADA protection.
  • Given a situation identify the reasons a candidate is qualified to perform a job.
  • Sequence the steps used to identify reasonable accommodations.
  • In a given scenario determine if a reasonable accommodation can be made.
  • Select those actions prohibited by the ADA.
  • Identify guidelines an employer can take to avoid ADA violations.
  • Select the financial factors to consider when determining undue hardship.
  • Sequence the steps of the EEOC claims procedure.

Topics Include

Unit 1: ADA Introduction

  • Identify the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Identify which employers are covered by the ADA.
  • Identify the five terms of ADA protection.
  • Identify the three guidelines employers use to assess an employee's ability to perform a job.
  • Identify the reasons that a candidate is qualified to perform a job.
  • Simulation Overview:
  • In this simulation you will meet with Ronald Spear a Human Resources Representative to discuss the importance of Icon complying with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Through a series of questions you will gain a greater understanding of the Act the protection it provides to covered employees and the reasons why an individual covered under the ADA is qualified for a job.

Unit 2: Employer Duties

  • Identify the definition of reasonable accommodation.
  • Sequence the steps used to identify reasonable accommodations.
  • Follow the steps used to identify reasonable accommodation.
  • In a given scenario determine if a reasonable accommodation can be made.
  • In a given scenario suggest reasonable accommodations.
  • Select those actions prohibited by the ADA.
  • Identify specific actions employers should avoid.
  • Simulation Overview:
  • In this simulation you will meet with Jessica Stone a Human Resources Representative to discuss reasonable accommodation in relation to the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA. Your goal during this meeting is to demonstrate your knowledge of reasonable accommodation as well as the specific actions employers should avoid according to the ADA.

Unit 3: Employee Defenses

  • Identify the definition of undue hardship.
  • Select factors to consider when determining undue hardship.
  • Identify the definition of ''direct threat.''
  • Identify the criteria courts use to assess a ''direct threat.''
  • Identify disabilities that are not a direct threat.
  • Identify the guidelines an employer can take to comply with the ADA.
  • Simulation Overview:
  • In this simulation you will meet with Robin Carlson a Human Resources Representative to discuss the importance of employee defenses. Through a series of questions you will gain a greater understanding of undue hardship what constitutes a ''direct threat '' and which disabilities pose a threat to workplace safety.

Duration

4

Minimum Requirements

The CDROM version of this course requires:

  • At least a 486DX 33Mhz CPU.
  • Microsoft Windows 3.1 or higher and a Microsoft compatible mouse.
  • At least 8MB RAM.
  • At least VGA graphics capability with a minimum 512K video RAM (1MB video RAM recommended).
  • At least a double speed CDROM drive.
  • An MPC compliant sound card with attached speakers or headphones is recommended (Currently only the CDROM version supports audio).
The network version of this course requires:
  • At least a 486DX 33Mhz CPU.
  • Microsoft Windows 3.1 or higher and a Microsoft compatible mouse.
  • At least 8MB RAM and 22MB available hard disk space or file server space.
  • At least VGA graphics capability with a minimum 512K video RAM (1MB video RAM recommended).

Media

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Serebra Learning Corporation - Serebra Learning Corporation provides technology-based training solutions through a combination of Cortex, its proprietary learning management system (LMS), and a curriculum catalog with over 1, 825 current courseware titles. Founded in 1987 (as FirstClass Systems, with a name change to Serebra in 2001), Serebra has over sixteen years" experience delivering e-learning solutions to both...
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