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Online training is set up per employee. Each employee is given 48 hours to watch the training video and then take the test. Training takes approximately 20 minutes at most. It is the employers responsibility to make certain their employees know this online training is being released and that it is their responsibility to take the training within the 48hour given period. If there are extenuating circumstances such as an illness and the employee cannot work within the 48 hour timeline it is their responsibility along with the employers to notify us via email. We will then ask for a specific timeframe of when the employee will be available and we will re issue the code for online training. If the employee does not take the training then within that extended allotted time it will count as a viewing and the employer will be then be charged a $25.00 set up fee plus single employee training fee based on your initial agreement of number of employees to issue a 3rd code. Unlimited access to training fee is $5,000. If you are interested in having the video available for your business in this manner please let us know.
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Who needs the ADA Law for Service Animal-The Training Video?
- Every business in the country including but not limited to
- Fitness Centers|Gyms
- Public Pools
- All Public Transportation
- Airline Companies
- Bus Services
- Taxi Companies
- Train Companies
- All Police, Fire and Rescue
- Attorneys that represent any of the above
Every business in the country and their employees need this training. As a business owner, it is your responsibility to make sure every employee in your company is properly educated on the ADA Law. While information on the law maybe accessible, you still need to see the actual application of the law. Clear real life examples will guide you thru how to handle all situations pertaining to the law. This should be implemented as standard new hire training and added into current employee training.
Always remember that if you do not comply with the ADA law a complaint could be filed putting your business at risk of a federal fine of up to $50,000 per occurrance.
In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed which prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in employment, State and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation.
In 2011 THE LAW WAS UPDATED AND REMAINS IN EFFECT TODAY
THE ADA defines a Service animals as. . . dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.