There are several online training options available to learn about, and keep up to date, on the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other related disability laws.
While ADA-Indiana does not assume responsibility for the accuracy and accessibility of these online trainings, many of these courses were developed under the guidance of federal agencies charged with providing technical assistance and enforcement under the ADA.
ADA-Indiana provides ADA Audio Conference program in multiple Indiana locations each year, visit our Audio Conference page to find out more, and maybe a site location near you. The ADA National Network (specifically the Great Lakes ADA Center) maintains an extensive archive of their ADA Audio Conference program. The archive of the ADA Audio Conference program contains several years of training from national experts on the ADA. Each archive includes the audio portion, a transcript, and the supporting materials. The sessions are categorized by the program year and speaker. Please contact ADA-Indiana if you need help locating a training on a specific topic. You could also do an online search using the terms: "ADA Audio Conference" and the topic of interest.
Visit the Archive: http://www.ada-audio.org/Archives/AudioConference/
You can visit ADA-Indiana's webinar page to find out more about the current offerings from various organizations. In addition to their ongoing webinar series, many organizations offering webinar training on the ADA, provide the session archives at no cost. Please contact ADA-Indiana if you need help locating a training on a specific topic.
The ADA National Network maintains an archive of their
JAN offers a webcast series each year at no cost. Many of the sessions focus on on workplace accommodations for specific disabilities.
IRLU offers ADA, independent living, and other disability-related webcasts at no cost.