On August 17, this course must be taken with Barrier Free Sub Code NJAC 5:23-7 from 8:00am-2:30pm, with lunch at 11:00am. Total credits: 6 CEUs. Also available that date: Smoke Detection, 2:30-5:30pm, 3 CEUs.
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This program will teach the student about the Americans with Disabilities Act. The five titles of the act and a summary of the act and it’s criticism will be discussed.
Course Objective: Upon completion of this program the student will be able to understand the purpose of the Americans with Disabilities Act, definitions, and content.
A. Introduction to the American with Disabilities Act.
1. Definition of a person with a disability
B. Title I: Key Employment Provisions 20 minutes
- Reasonable Accommodation
- 2. Undue hardship
- The cost of implementing the ADA
- Pre—employment medical screenings and drug use
C. Title II: Major provisions for public services
- public transportation
D. Title III : Major provisions concerning public accommodations operated by private entities
- New construction and alterations
- Requirements for Private Transportation providers
- Public accommodations
E. Title IV Telecommunications services for hearing impaired and speech impaired individuals
F. Title V Miscellaneous provisions
- Religious organizations
- Recent ADAAG developments
G. Enforcement and dispute resolution
- Tax credits for compliance
- Section 44 of the IRS code
- Tax deductions for compliance
- Section 190 of the IRS code
- Lesser disabilities
- Professional plaintiffs
- The hiring of people with disabilities
- Flaws and weaknesses of the Act.
Instructor: Phil Cheff is a board certified NJ Master Plumber with over 20 years of plumbing experience, as well as teaching experience. He holds licenses in the following areas: Construction Official, Electrical Inspector, Plumbing Inspector, Fire Protection Inspector & Fire Official Inspector, BOCA certified Master code official. Approved Instructor # 19.