Do you need to get your AODA certification? Do you have staff or volunteers that need to be trained? Accessibility Ontario offers AODA training in many different format and we can also customize training to meet your needs.
To obtain your AODA training and certification, there are two (2) online training courses you must take:
Part One: Customer Service Standard and
Part Two: Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR)
Each course is 20-minute long and at the end participants can print off a certificate confirming that they have passed one of the two required AODA training courses.
To get the full and mandated AODA training, you will need to have taken both courses and received two (2) certificates of completion.
Organization registering multiple staff will also receive a report for their HR files listing all those who have successfully taken the courses.
You can purchase as many seats as you need, including some to have on reserve, via our online Store. Bulk discounts are applied at Checkout.
Learning Management System (LMS)
Purchase our AODA training and host it on your own LMS. By doing this you will have unlimited use and we will update the course, free of charge, as changes occur to the Act. Contact us for more information.
If you have many people that require AODA training, we offer an annual subscription that gives you unlimited access to our AODA online training for one year. Contact us for more information.
- 93% found the course relevant to their day-to-day work
- 88% enjoyed taking the course
- 93% found the course and our Learning Management System easy to use
AODA Train-the-Trainer Certificate
We also offer periodically an AODA Train-the-Trainer Certificate Workshop for organizations that would like to have a staff learn how to do all their in-house training. Check our Upcoming Events to see when the next workshop is.
Advanced Accessibility Training
For organizations wishing to go beyond the minimum AODA requirements, we offer advanced training on such topics as how to make your Word documents and PDFs accessible, how to assess document and web content accessibility, how to make mobile apps accessible, and how to make InDesign documents accessible, and more.