Beginning in 2020, the Workplace Initiative will launch a comprehensive eLearning library that includes hundreds of microlearning modules and additional training tools developed with our team of experts. Whether you are just starting out or seeking to build deeper knowledge, our online training will engage all stakeholders in your company, take you through the steps of the disability inclusion journey, and provide the skills you need to create an inclusive workplace where employees with disabilities can thrive. Our foundational courses will be available in January, and the library will be updated quarterly with new content.
Our online training is designed to teach concrete skills and to fit into your busy schedule. Each microlearning module takes about five minutes and addresses a single topic. Watch any time, any place, and on any device. You can select individual microlearning modules, pre-packaged combinations for more targeted learning, full courses to build in-depth knowledge, or you can customize a learning path based on your company’s unique needs.
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Engage an expert to present key disability inclusion topics to your team.
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