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Programmatic Accessibility for Colorado WIOA Partners


Description
This course helps to inform what Programmatic Accessibility in the Workforce System includes.

We begin by defining the purpose and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, with a specific focus on Title II - Nondiscrimination in State and Local Government Services. Next, we focus on disability awareness and etiquette which is designed to help everyone understand the responsibilities of how to create and maintain a welcoming environment for people with disabilities. From there we will dive into Section 188 of WIOA to define what Programmatic Accessibility is. Lastly, we wrap up with Title II administrative responsibilities and create an understanding of what needs to be evaluated.

This self-paced course includes four chapters. Each chapter will be followed by a knowledge check. Each slide contains either a continue/begin button and a backward arrow button. These buttons can be clicked and for keyboard users, you press Alt and 1 to advance and Alt and 2 to go back. Using your computer mute function will cancel the read-aloud narration and you can read the slide contents at your own pace.
Content
  • Chapter 1: Americans with Disabilities Act Basics and ADA Title II Overview
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: ADA Basics
  • Section 2: Coverage of Title II
  • Section 3: Qualified Individuals with Disabilities
  • Section 4: General Requirements and Eligibility Criteria
  • Section 5: Programmatic Accessibility
  • Section 6: New Construction and Alterations
  • Section 7: Effective Communication
  • Section 8: Administrative Requirements
  • Section 9: Investigation of Complaints and Enforcement
  • Chapter 1: ADA Basics and Title II Overview Quiz
  • Chapter 2: Disability Awareness and Etiquette
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: Why Access Matters
  • Section 2: Definition of Disability
  • Section 3: Etiquette Guidelines
  • Section 4: Interacting with People with Physical Disabilities
  • Section 5: Deaf Etiquette and Culture
  • Section 6: Interacting with People with Cognitive Disabilities
  • Section 7: Language
  • Chapter 2: Disability Awareness and Etiquette Quiz
  • Chapter 3: Programmatic Accessibility
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: Coverage of Title II
  • Section 2: Section 188 of WIOA
  • Section 3: Qualified Individuals with Disabilities
  • Section 4: General Requirements and Eligibility Criteria
  • Section 5: Employment and Reasonable Accommodation in Title I, Employment
  • Section 6: Program Accessibility
  • Section 7: Effective Communication
  • Section 8: Administrative Requirements
  • Section 9: Investigation of Complaints and Enforcement
  • Chapter 3: Programmatic Accessibility Quiz
  • Chapter 4: Self-Evaluation and Transition Planning
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: Application and Administration
  • Section 2: 2010 ADA Standards of Accessible Design
  • Section 3: Self-Evaluation of a Program
  • Section 4: Transition Plan
  • Chapter 4: Self-evaluation and Transition Plans Quiz
  • Programmatic Accessibility Self-Evaluation Toolkit
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever