Accessibility at King’s

King’s Online Accessibility Learning

What's new under the AODA - 2014 UPDATE

New employees are to complete this learning as part of their orientation to King’s.

  1. Which course do I complete?
    Complete the course that best fits your role:
  1. How long does it take?
    Plan on taking 45-60 minutes to complete the program; this includes time to complete a short quiz.Successful completion of the quiz is required.
  1. What happens when I successfully complete the learning module?
    You will be able to print a certificate of completion for your personal records.Your successful completion will be recorded in King’s Human Resource training.
  1. What are the legal requirements for training?
    Under Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (effective on January 1, 2010) as part of the AODA, each person who interacts with students, alumni, visitors, or retirees is obligated to:
  1. Know the requirements of the new legislation

  2. Communicate with persons with disabilities in a manner that takes the disability into account, and

  3. Ensure dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity in the way we provide educational experiences and service to others.

    These requirements apply to faculty, leaders, staff, volunteers, contractors, and others who interact with persons with disabilities on King`s behalf. If you have questions about the AODA learning requirements, please speak with your supervisor.  Supervisors have accountability for ensuring their unit meets the requirements of the AODA.

  1. Do I have to complete Accessibility training if I took it with a former employer?
    Yes, employees are to complete King`s on-line program.By law, training is to include organization specific accessibility practices and procedures.King`s on-line program contains King`s-specific information.