iDisability’s 47 Learning Modules Can Help Create an Inclusive Workplace

by Aug 29, 2023

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Creating an environment where everyone can thrive and contribute effectively doesn’t happen overnight. Companies need the right resources and guidance to foster that inclusive culture. That’s why iDisability was created. Our 47 modules provide tailored learning paths to help organizations meet their specific inclusion goals and comply with federal regulations.

Catering to diverse industries, iDisability addresses five organizational needs:

Job role learning suggestions:

Every position requires specific skill sets and knowledge to support colleagues and clients with disabilities. Our modules offer targeted learning suggestions for each job role.

Subject matter learning paths:

Subject matter learning paths: Whether it’s accessibility in digital content, reasonable accommodations, or unconscious bias training, iDisability offers comprehensive learning paths to address various facets of workplace inclusivity.

Implementation checklist:

iDisability helps employees use their new knowledge right away with a list that outlines step-by-step actions to initiate change.

Continued learning resources:

Inclusivity is an ongoing journey, and iDisability recognizes the importance of continued learning. Our modules are continuously updated to ensure organizations stay up-to-date with best practices in promoting diversity and inclusion.

Compliance with Section 503:

iDisability satisfies the Section 503 criteria for credible action on disability employment and inclusion training. It also provides strategies to federal contractors to meet Section 503 utilization goals.

On that note, federal contractors should know about two important upcoming Section 503 compliance deadlines:

  • September 30th – Affirmative Action Program (AAP) report due to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
  • October 1st – The new federal fiscal year begins, and the 7% utilization goal restarts. 

iDisability is more than just an e-learning platform; it serves as a driving force behind creating a more inclusive workforce. Are you ready to cultivate a culture of inclusivity? Discover how we can help.

Andrew D. Houghton

Andrew D. Houghton

President, Disability Inclusion Solutions

Nationally Recognized Accessibility Expert. Creating Innovative Disability Inclusion Solutions. Certified DOBE.

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