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Welcome to the course home page. Information provided on this page includes:
An Overview of the Course Content
Professional Association Partners
Professional Development Credit Information
Course Fee Information
Time Commitment Required
How to register
Course Interface and Technical Requirements
This online course provides a comprehensive orientation to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Accessibility Standard for the Design of Public Spaces. It has been specifically developed for design professionals practicing in Ontario. On completion of the course, participants will understand the scope, application criteria and technical requirements of the Accessibility Standard for the Design of Public Spaces, as well as their professional obligations to comply with this regulation.
Course topics include:
GAATES’ is pleased to offer this course in association with the following project partners:
Registration can be completed online or by mail. Details can be found in the Registration Instructions.
Download the Illustrated Registration Instructions(Illustrated PDF Document)
Download the Registration Instructions(Text Only Word Document)
The course has been developed using the ATutor learning management system. Participants will login to the course through their preferred web browser and will complete all course activities online. The course incorporates all necessary reading materials and learning is evaluated through online quizzes. The online quizzes can be completed as many times as is necessary to pass. Upon the successful completion of the four course quizzes, a course completion certificate will be awarded.
Further details on logging-in and navigation is available in the Navigation Guide. Download the Navigation Guide (Illustrated PDF Document)
Funding for the development of this course was provided by the Government of Ontario
In order to make an inclusive society a reality, it is necessary to identify and remove barriers to access.