2010 ADA Regulations-Standards Out with the OldIn with the New

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Accessibility Matters, LLC
On September 15, 2010, the Department of Justice published in the Federal Register the Final Regulations for Titles II and III, and the adopted the New ADA Standards for Accessible Design, with some changes. These regulations will go into effect on March 15, 2011. Compliance with the 2010 Standards is permitted immediately, but not required until March 15, 2012.
Accessibility Matters offers an ADA 2010 Regulatory & Training Program "Out with the Olda In with the New" that will guide you through the revised regulatory, scoping and technical requirements, and will center on the most up-to-date information, added requirements, subtle changes, and performance guidelines under a range of situations.
AMLLCa ™s Half-Day Training Program offers:
An overview of the demographics of disability
A brief overview of the history of the revision process
Overview of new accessible design standards that have been established
for a variety of recreational and public facilities
An in-depth explanation of KEY regulatory and policy changes
Guide you through the document layout to help you easily find what you
need
An in-depth analysis of KEY scoping and technical requirements of the
2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
Penalties for non-compliance
This is primarily ilt training
workshop / seminarThis is a workshop seminar
train the trainerThis may be appropriate for train the trainer situations
DVDThis video may be available on DVD
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in Pittsburgh, PA,
Course Level:basic through advanced
Duration:4 hours
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by Accessibility Matters, LLC
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2010 ADA Regulations-Standards Out with the OldIn with the New
Our goal is to help you enhance your tools for accessibility success. Whether you re interested in a 1 hour overview or prefer more in-depth training, we can assist with your ADA compliance objectives.
Time will be available for Q & A
Handouts will be provided (Alternate formats available)
Certificates with be given to attendees for self-reporting CEU
credits
Special accommodations available upon request (Please call
Accessibility Matters to discuss required accommodations)
1-HOUR OVERVIEW
This program provides a brief overview of the demographics of disability, history of the revision process, new accessible design standards that have been established for a variety of recreational and public facilities, and key regulatory, scoping and technical requirements of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
2 -HOURS OVERVIEW
AMLLC s Half-Day Training Program offers:
An overview of the demographics of disability
A brief overview of the history of the revision process
Overview of new accessible design standards that have been
established for a variety of recreational and public facilities
An in-depth explanation of KEY regulatory and policy changes
Guide you through the document layout to help you easily find what
you need
An in-depth analysis of KEY scoping and technical requirements of
the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
Penalties for non-compliance
HALF-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM
AMLLC s 2 -Hour Training Program offers:
An overview of the demographics of disability
A brief overview of the history of the revision process
Overview of new accessible design standards that have been
established for a variety of recreational and public facilities
An in-depth explanation of ALL regulatory and policy changes
Guide you through the document layout to help you easily find what
you need
In-depth analysis of ALL scoping and technical requirements of the
2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
1 Breakout work session exercise
Explanation of penalties for non-compliance
FULL-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM
AMLLC s Full-Day Training Program offers:
An overview of the demographics of disability
A brief overview of the history of the revision process
In-depth explanation of new accessible design standards that have
been established for a variety of recreational and public facilities
An overview of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding
opportunities
An explanation of ALL regulatory and policy changes
Guide you through the document layout to help you easily find what
you need
In-depth analysis of ALL scoping and technical requirements of the
2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
An overview of potential economic impact (How much will it cost?)
2 Breakout work session exercises
When Federal laws and building codes collide (Achieving maximum
compliance)
Explanation of penalties for non-compliance
Case law examples
Additional Quick Tip Reference Sheets w/ Handouts
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
State/ Local Government Officials
Architects
Engineers
Contractors
Project Managers
Draftsmen
Interior Designers
Real Estate Developers
Building Owners
Facility Managers
About The Training Provider: Accessibility Matters, LLC
Accessibility Matters, LLC - Accessibility Matters, LLC offers customized training programs nationwide to all businesses in all industries, building owners and managers, design and construction professionals, commercial and multi-family residential real estate developers, and government entities in their efforts to meet compliance with accessibility laws and codes such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Fair...
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