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ADA 3-Part On-Demand Web Workshop Series from Building Operating Management

ADA 3-Part On-Demand Web Workshop Series
Only $360 for all 3, $150 each. 
Available 24/7 for one year from purchase. 

What does the adoption of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design mean for the facilities you manage? 

Find out by attending Building Operating Management's ADA 3-Part Web Workshop Series. Each 60-minute web workshop is presented by Joan Stein, President & CEO, Accessibility Development Associates, Inc. 

The ADA Web Workshop Series sheds serious light on the ADA regulations, providing a thoughtful, thorough analysis of their ramifications, as well as a discussion of key strategies for compliance. The series includes:

Workshop One
The New ADA Rules and Regulations: It's More Than Bricks and Sticks
* An understanding of the ADA as a civil rights law
* An understanding of the changes in regulations (rules) and requirements (scoping and technical)
* A comparative review of the differences between the 1991 ADA Standards and the 2010 ADA Standards
* A timeframe for the enforcement of the new rules and requirements

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Workshop Two
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
* How the ADA is enforced both by the Justice Department and the federal courts
* An understanding of the differences between building codes and the ADA as a civil rights law
* Practical tips and guidance on how to demonstrate a 'good faith effort' in your ADA compliance efforts*
* Practical tips and guidance on what to do when a complaint is filed against you/your organization*

*Ms. Stein is not an attorney and the tips and guidance provided in this session cannot be construed to be legal advice.

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Workshop Three
Best practices: If you build it, they will come. So build it right, and then tell people that you've built it
* An understanding of the demographics/market of individuals with disabilities
* Examples of ways to create a safe, usable and enjoyable environment for anyone coming into your facility
* Tips and guidance on working with design and construction professionals, as well as looking carefully at the manufactured items you purchase
* Guidance on the development and implementation of an ADA compliance program that works!