AODA and Human Rights Code Training

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

*Please note that AODA and Human Rights Code Training is mandatory for all McMaster faculty, staff, and students*

Redesigned over summer 2017, AODA and Human Rights Code training comprises 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.

Steps for Enrolling in the Training:

  1. Log-in to Mosaic
    1. Click the “Regulatory Training” tab
    2. Click on “Search by Course Name” > Search for “AODA and Human Rights Code”
    3. Click on > “View Available Sessions”
    4. Click  “0013” [under Session label]
    5. Click “Continue” > “Submit”
  2. Wait 24 hours for the course to be added to Avenue to Learn
  3.  Login to Avenue to Learn and search your Avenue to Learn courses by typing “AODA” in the search bar on the first page. Click to enter the course shell “AODA and Human Rights Code”.
  4. Access the AODA and Human Rights Code Training Videos > Watch all 5 videos before completing the quiz.
  5. Complete a quiz in Avenue to Learn [“Assessments” > “Quizzes”] to demonstrate understanding of basic AODA and Human Rights Code principles and practices. You will need 100% [10/10] to complete this training.
  6. Wait 24 hours for quiz results to appear in your Mosaic training summary.

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

View AODA and Human Rights Code Videos

AODA and Human Rights Code: Who are people with disabilities at McMaster?

AODA and Human Rights Code: What is accessibility at McMaster?

AODA and Human Rights Code: Summary of Accessibility Requirements at McMaster University

AODA and Human Rights Code: Be an Accessibility Ambassador

AODA and Human Rights Code: Ableism