Based on the 2010 Department of Justice ADA regulations, we will be conducting a training course for members. This course will provide an overview of the regulation changes, effective dates, provisions for newly designed and constructed or altered facilities, and will discuss the scope of technical provisions.
The Department of Justice recommends that all entities, regardless of size, have an ADA Coordinator or designated liaison. This two-part series will provide valuable insight on the following aspects:
Planning and Coordinating Overall Compliance Efforts
Developing and Implementing a Grievance Procedure
Coordinating a Self-Evaluation
Guidance for Reasonable Accommodations, Effective Communication, Essential Job Functions, and Service Animals
Documentation of Disability
Non-Discriminatory Hiring Practices
Date & Location:
Registration: 7:30 a.m (Both Days)
Day One: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Day Two: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fort Morgan – March 6th & 7th
Police Training Room
901 E. Beaver Avenue
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
Rifle – May 15th & 16th
132 E. 4th Street
Rifle, CO 81650
Salida – July 24th & 25th
Steam Plant/Riverside Annex
220 W. Sackett Avenue
Salida, CO 81201
Lone Tree – September 25th & 26th
Lone Tree Hub-Prairie Sky Room
8827 Lone Tree Parkway
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Las Animas Area – November 6th & 7th
Address is TBD
This workshop is free for CIRSA members, but space is limited. To register in advance, contact Channa Chavez at email@example.com or register online. Morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided. You will be on your own for lunch.
Sarah Garcia is the Training Facilitator for The Rocky Mountain ADA Center (RMADAC). RMADAC serves a six-state service area: Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota by providing free technical support and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act. She educates and motivates individuals, businesses, and organizations about their rights and responsibilities under the ADA and other disability laws. Sarah has a bachelor’s degree in English and Psychology and a Master’s in Education from Truman State University. Promoting inclusion, diversity, equity and access are the foundation of her professional work.