The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA) is provincial legislation that was enacted in 2005, with the goal of developing enforceable accessibility standards to prevent and remove barriers in Ontario and ensure accessibility for all Ontarians. These accessibility standards have specific requirements and deadlines that need to be adhered to, including three legislated training obligations:
- Accessibility Standards for Customer Service Training
- An online training module introduced by the College in 2009, this module is for Administrators and Faculty.
- May require 20 – 35 minutes to complete
- UDL – Universal Design in Teaching and Learning
- An online training module introduced by the College in 2013, this module is only for College employees classified as "Educators" under the AODA. It is required to be completed by all employees who are involved in course design, delivery and instruction
- May require up to 90 minutes to complete
- Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) Training
- This training module includes information on accessibility standards for Information and Communications, Employment Standards, and Transportation
- Likely to take between 20 – 40 minutes to complete
If you have your Student/Employee ID:
If you already have a Student or Employee ID please
sign into the myCampus Portal and go to:
More Applications > Learnings and Development > AODA Trainings
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If you DO NOT have a Student/Employee ID:
Please fill out the form to the right to get started. All information will be kept confidential.
Please note that for compliance and reporting purposes, regular full and part-time employees of the College who have obtained individual login IDs are required to obtain accessibility training through the Learning and Development link on their myCampus Portal