Americans with Disabilities Act and the Three R's - Your Role, Your Responsibility, Your Rights - February 11, 2015 *NEW LOCATION*

Americans with Disabilities Act and the Three R’s - Your Role, Your Responsibility, Your Rights *NEW LOCATION*

 

Ever wonder about what “accessibility” really means?  How does reasonable accommodation apply to your environment?  The workshops will provide a basic understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act and how it intersects with our roles on campus.  It will help you understand your role, responsibility and rights under the ADA. It is intended to help you think about your work setting and help you recognize and take action to create a workplace that is welcoming and inclusive.

 

While this is workshop is open to all employees, managers and supervisors are strongly encouraged to attend.  Seating is limited, so please register early.

 

Americans with Disabilities Act and the Three R’s - Your Role, Your Responsibility, Your Rights

 

 

Title:

Americans with Disabilities Act and the Three R’s - Your Role, Your Responsibility, Your Rights

 (email pdev@csuchico.edu to enroll)

 

Date:

February 11, 2015 (Wednesday)

Time:

2:00PM-3:00 PM

Location:

Colusa 100B *NEW LOCATION*

Sponsor(s):

Human Resources Service Center

 

 

 

Who should go? 

This workshop is intended to help provide basic understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act and how it intersects with our roles on campus; to help the campus community understand their roles, their responsibilities and rights under the ADA.

 

Registration Instructions

Email pdev@csuchico.edu to enroll.

 

Reminder: Please share with your supervisor, in advance, that you would like to attend this training to ensure their support and that operational needs permit.

 

If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact Professional Development, phone 530-898-6433, or email pdev@csuchico.edu a week in advance of the event.

 

For more information, e-mail pdev@csuchico.edu or contact Human Resources Service Center - Professional Development, at (530) 898-6433.