JAN's Multimedia Training Microsite offers training modules, including archived webcasts and podcasts, that can be used by individuals or incorporated into larger training events. Some materials are for general audiences, and address topics such as the ADA Amendments Act or ergonomics in the workplace. Other materials address more specific topics, such as how to provide reasonable accommodations to workers with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). 

The Disability Awareness HR Management Online Seminar is offered by the Virginia Commonwealth University's Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Workplace Supports and Job Retention. This free seminar for Human Resource Professionals includes tips for interviewing and accommodating individuals with disabilities.

The ADA Title I: Employment Requirements webcourse is a free, self-paced course developed by the New England ADA Center. It covers a variety of topics related to hiring, accommodating, and working with individuals with disabilities. Continuing education credits are available.

Overview of Disability Rights Laws is a free, self-paced course developed by the New England ADA Center. The course provides an overview of the major federal disability rights laws and how they apply in various scenarios. Continuing education credits are available.

This webinar presented information on Certified Deaf Interpreters and their role in facilitating effective communication.

This session focused on how the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design can form the basis for unique and highly usable sign systems to support effective wayfinding.

The session provided an overview of the 2008 ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) and its expanded definition of disability, and an overview of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, which governs the hiring of people with disabilities by businesses with federal contracts.

This session focused on what types of assistance animals are allowed in various settings.

This session focused on the interconnection of public transportation and compliance with the ADA in the public right-of-way.

Individuals with brain injuries may require specific supports and accommodations to be successful in the workplace. This session explored common cognitive, physical and psychosocial issues experienced after brain injury and how supervisors, co-workers and those living with brain injury can implement strategies for success.

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