Accessibility Learning Series
Accessibility in Canada is about creating communities, workplaces and services that enable everyone to participate fully without barriers. Making Canada's public service fully accessible and inclusive will benefit all of us. The implementation of the Nothing Without Us strategy will provide the Government of Canada with the necessary tools to set high accessibility standards in its policies, programs and services.
Everyone has a role to play in creating a barrier-free public service, and the Accessibility Learning Series will help you understand how you can be more inclusive every day by eliminating and preventing new barriers for people with disabilities.
- Addressing Disability Inclusion and Barriers to Accessibility (INC115)
This online self-paced course challenges common assumptions and beliefs about people with disabilities and aims to shift the perspective from the impairment to the barrier. Participants will learn about the different barriers faced by people with disabilities and how to make their workplaces and the services they provide inclusive, accessible and barrier free.
- Disability Management and Workplace Wellness (INC120)
This online self-paced course outlines the disability management process for responding to work-related and non-work-related impairments and functional restrictions, including injuries, illnesses, disabilities and other limitations. Participants will learn about the legislative instruments and disability management tools that support workplace wellness for federal government employees, as well as the accommodation measures to consider when creating a remain-at-work or a return-to-work plan.
Videos on Disability Inclusion in the Public Service of Canada
Events on Accessibility in the Public Service of Canada
Learning on the Government of Canada Accessibility Strategy
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