Disability Etiquette for Transit Operators

This training will provide transit operators with basic tips, skills and techniques to improve their ability to interact with persons with disabilities in an understanding and effective manner. The learning objectives for transit operators include gaining general knowledge about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), an understanding of the vital importance of mobility for persons with disabilities, and receiving guidelines for communicating effective with persons with disabilities. Modules include:

  • Overview
  • General tips
  • Disability etiquette
  • Emergency situations
  • Conclusions

 

  • Prerequisite: Not Listed
  • Duration: Not Listed
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Provider

Center for Urban Transportation Research, Tampa

Transit Type

All

Target Audience

Florida public transit agency employees only

Learning Objectives

  • Describe general knowledge about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Describe the vital importance of mobility for persons with disabilities
  • Describe guidelines for communicating effective with persons with disabilities

Assessment of Learner Performance

Short quiz at the end of each module

National Standards

ADA

Delivery Method

Online

How to Obtain the Course

Register for the course via the following link:

http://www.transportationlearning.org/

Point of Contact

Rob Gregg - Program Director

Phone

813-974-8383

Restrictions for Use

None Listed

Fee

Not Listed

Other notes

Also available through FDOT

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