Some Training is Best Done In-Person or Live Streaming
Participating in most of the Roy Matheson, ADAC training programs can be done in the comfort of your home or office. There are others, including courses through national organizations, which can be attended in any one of a number of cities across the United States and Canada.
Several times each year Roy’s team organizes and presents training or workshops under the Matheson Reasonable Accommodation banner. In addition, each year large organizations such as the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center, the Iowa-Illinois Safety Council, the Missouri chapter of the American Safety Society of Safety Engineers, and the Disability Management Employers Coalition (DMEC) present Matheson courses through a national conference or a private training event.
Live Streaming Events
A Matheson “live streaming” event is an interactive, real-time training program presented from a studio at the offices of Reasonable Accommodation. Typically 4 to 6 hours long, you are supplied with all of the necessary printed materials necessary to get the full benefit of the program. Roy Matheson or another qualified instructions augments these materials with a live presentation, video examples of the subjects being discussed and a deck Power Point-like slides. Many students report that the need to participated at an appointed time is off-set by the ability of the instructor to respond immediately to questions from the audience.
Click on the In-Person or Live Streaming drop down icon on the main menu to see a list of events scheduled in 2017.