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Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) & Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) Training

AODA (2005)

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Preface

The Centre for Human Rightsz, Equity & Diversity | HR Services (the Centre) provides leadership by coordinating the fulfillment of Humber College’s legal obligations to the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Employment Equity Act and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. To accomplish this mandate, the Centre works with the Humber Community in the following areas:

  • The recognition, prevention, and elimination of systemic barriers to equitable education and employment at the College;
  • The visible promotion of the College’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.

For more information about the AODA or if you have any questions about the training module, please contact Nancy Simms, Director at nancy.simms@humber.ca.


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IASR & Human Rights module

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Certificate of Completion - Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation

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Certificate of Completion - Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation

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Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation
Information and Communications Standards (s. 16, O. Reg. 191/11)

Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning has adopted accessibility standards in accordance with Ontario Regulation 191/11 in its delivering of education.

This training complies with the regulatory requirements for colleges to provide educators with accessibility awareness training. It includes introductory information related to accessible program or course delivery and instruction. As an educator at Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, you are required to acknowledge that you have received, understood and completed this training.

I acknowledge that I have read and understood the information above, and that I have received and completed the required training.

 
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Acknowledgements

This training module is a collaborative effort of the AODA Colleges Committee, which has representation from all of Ontario’s 24 Colleges of Arts and Technology. The development of the training module involved multiple stakeholders of the AODA Colleges Committees.

The following members of the steering committee were instrumental in the development of this training module:

  • Olga Dosis, Project Lead
  • Karen Coffey
  • Anne Moore
  • Debbie Harrison
  • Lea Jamieson
  • Jessica Bowen
  • Danielle Gravel
  • Lori Peckham
  • Ingrid Ali

The AODA Colleges Committee would like to thank the HRCC for their support, the Ontario Human Rights Commission and Access.

The training module was built by The Wired Schoolhouse.

The Humber HR Services integration was built by 70 mainstreet.