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Click the title of a class to see all available sessions with time, date, and locations. Choose a session or sessions, and fill out the form below to register. You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours of registering. Please note: sessions that are full may continue to appear up until the date the event takes place.

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Familiarity with the reasonable accommodation and return to work process. Completion of the "Introduction to FEHA/ADA" meets this prerequisite.


This class is designed to develop competency in the reasonable accommodation process for employees with disabilities.


As a result of attending this class, using a series of interactive exercises, case scenarios, and videos, participants will:

  • Learn how to identify and gather relevant but limited medical information needed to respond to the accommodation request.
  • Develop strategies for analyzing duty statements to determine the work activities that impose a barrier to work performance.
  • Practice accommodation strategies that can facilitate the interactive process between the employee with a disability and his/her workplace supervisor and lead to effective workplace solutions.
  • Identify online resources for solving accommodation issues and compliance with the ADA and California's FEHA.

Intended Audience

This hands-on class is designed for Reasonable Accommodation Coordinators, Return to Work Coordinators and staff responsible for implementing or oversight of their department's reasonable accommodation process


$75 per participant

Listing of current CalHR workshops
 SIDDateTimeCityLocationSeats RemainingTitleOwner
4347May 25, 201712:30PM- 4:30PMSacramentoCalHR Training Room, 1st Floor
1810 16th Street
11Practical Solutions to Reasonable AccommodationTraining Registration

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