Pennsylvania transit providers are getting more and more complaints from employees and customers on ADA issues including ‘reasonable accommodation.’ To protect your organization, PPTA's ADA Toolkit has undergone major revisions in recent months. During this course, PPTA's legal counsel Jill Nagy will guide attendees through the updated toolkit, provide examples, and answer questions about how this tool can be utilized at your transit agency. The target audience for this training is policy writers and managers. It will be policy and process driven, with a focus on accommodations for passengers rather than employees.
Presented by: Jill Nagy, Summers Nagy Law Offices
Cost: $99. PPTA cancellation policy applies.
Lodging: PennTRAIN has secured a block of rooms at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites located at 3620 Hamilton Blvd Route 222, Allentown, PA 18103. The block is available for the night of January 28 at a discounted rate of $107 per night plus taxes and fees. Click here to book online, or call 610-437-9255 to book over the phone (ask for the PennTRAIN block). The block will be released on January 11, 2020.
Meals: Lunch and breaks will be provided during the training. Please inform Sara Bowden at firstname.lastname@example.org of any dietary restrictions at least one week in advance.
Attire: Casual. Because it can be a challenge to keep the meeting room at a temperature that accommodates everyone, we recommend bringing a sweater or jacket to stay comfortable.
Available Seats: 30
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