In collaboration with the DBTAC Northeast at Cornell University, the DBTAC Northwest at the University of Washington is offering training throughout Washington, Idaho, Alaska and Oregon. There are currently 42 members in the DBTAC Northwest Trainer Network who are available to provide comprehensive training about the Americans with Disabilities Act and rights of people with disabilities.

If you would like more information about any of the training topics or to request training for your business or organization, please fill out the DBTAC Northwest Training Request Form. In the message section, please list topics of interest from the following list.

  • Disability Awareness: Understanding the ADA – Communicating Respectfully and Effectively with People with Disabilities
  • Getting Hired and Moving Ahead in a Job When Working with a Disability
  • Tapping Into Talent: Best Practices in Hiring, Retaining and Accommodating People with Disabilities
  • Serving Customers with Disabilities: Reaching Out and Expanding Your Market
  • About Hidden Disabilities: Legal, Practical and Human Issues
  • Reaching Individuals with Disabilities: Accessibility in Federal, State and Municipal Entities
  • Reaching Individuals with Disabilities: Accessibility in Private or Commercial Businesses
  • Accessible Technology in the Workplace
  • Accessible Websites: Everyone Benefits!

To view and/or download individual descriptions of each of the nine programs:  ATN Flyers.

To download an information document about the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 created by Cornell University: ADAAA.