AODA and Human Rights Code Training

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and Ontario Human Rights Code Online Training Videos

Redesigned over the summer of 2017, the mandatory AODA and Human Rights Code training that all McMaster employees and graduate students are expected to complete now takes the form of 5 short videos and a completion quiz that introduce important definitions, examples, and expectations with regard to supporting people with disabilities at McMaster. The training will take approximately 30 minutes to complete, including a quiz that must be taken once the videos are completed. You will be notified through Mosaic of official completion of the training.

3 Steps for Enrolling in the Training:

  1. Access the AODA and Human Rights Code videos.
  2. Log-in to Mosaic, click the “Regulatory Training” tab, and enroll in the “AODA Customer Service” course. Wait 24 hours for the training to appear in Avenue to Learn under “All Your Courses”.
  3. Complete a quiz in Avenue to Learn to demonstrate an understanding of basic AODA and Human Rights Code principles and practices.

For information on AODA and Ontario Human Rights Code Training, please contact us at: aoda@mcmaster.ca

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