The ADA Compliance Course is unlike any other accessibility training program.
I’ve designed this innovative course so that web developers, content editors, and designers identify and resolve accessibility issues as they learn.
This means that website owners can buy this course and immediately give it to their web team to start implementing the needed changes.
What sets this course apart is it focuses on the 15 most common accessibility issues cited in litigation by plaintiffs law firms. By fixing these issues, organizations – from small businesses to large companies – can prevent lawsuits (and save time, money, and energy) and improve accessibility and user experience for everyone.
Most courses attempt to cover disability information and full WCAG conformance (and cost thousands of dollars), the ADA Compliance Course focuses in on lawsuit prevention and then advocates for continued education (e.g., the WCAG Course) after gaining relief from lawsuit or demand letter risk.
The ADA Compliance Course contains a core of 15 material lessons, each covering an accessibility issue frequently claimed in complaints filed in court by plaintiffs law firms.
Each lesson includes video explanations, a WAVE scan check (can the issue be flagged by automation), complexity level, optimum role, text instructions, and code examples so web developers, content editors, and/or web designers can take immediate action.
The course also includes lessons to help members understand strategy (where to start), how to use the WAVE tool (automated scan), and how to delegate accessibility issues.
This training has several key features to maximize both efficiency and effectiveness.
|How to audit
|Instructions on how to find or locate the accessibility issue.
|Alternative hack to an audit.
|How to remediate
|Instructions with code examples on how to fix accessibility issues.
|Inexpensive hack to remediation.
|Know when the WAVE scan can help.
|Save time and reduce error.
|Know beginner level lessons non-technical members can complete.
|Reduce risk even without a developer.
|Know which team members should work on each lesson.
|Save time in delegation.
|Checklist in Excel format that distills all lessons into one line.
|Easy to check progress.
|One-pagers that summarize important information.
|Brings important material into focus.
As noted in the table, the ADA Compliance Course contains supplementary materials to help with training.
- Excel spreadsheet checklist
- PDF cheat sheets
- Actual claims from filed complaints
- The best resources curated for additional help
The Best Information
The ADA Compliance Course contains the best and most accurate information on how to prevent lawsuits because the lessons are derived from claims filed in court by the most active plaintiffs law firms in 2022 and 2023.
This course contains accessibility issues claimed by the lawyers and law firms named below.
Plaintiffs Law Firms
- Roderick V. Hannah, Esq., P.A.
- Acacia Barros, P.A.
- J. Courtney Cunningham, Esq.
- Shaked Law Group, P.C. (Dan Shaked)
- The Law Office of Noor A Saab, Esq.
- Lawrence H. Fisher
- Marcus & Zelman, LLC (Yitzchak Zelman, Esq.)
- Manning Law, APC (Joseph R. Manning, Jr.)
- The Hill Law Firm (Michell E. Hill)
- NYE, Stirling, Hale, Miller & Sweet (Benjamin J. Sweet, Jonathan D. Miller)
- Block & Leviton LLP (Jason M. Leviton)
- Mars Khaimov, PLLC
- Pacific Trial Attorneys (Scott J. Ferrell)
- Gottlieb & Associates (Michael A. LaBollita)
- Stein Saks, LLC (Mark Rozenberg)
- Law Office of Pelayo Duran, P.A
In a Nutshell
The ADA Compliance Course is the best value in web accessibility. This course trains your team on the accessibility issues actually being claimed by plaintiffs law firms.
By finding and fixing these issues, your organization will not only significantly reduce risk of litigation but you will markedly improve the accessibility of your website.
Once you finish the course, you can work towards full WCAG 2.1 AA conformance with my WCAG Course.
Buy the ADA Compliance Course at ADACompliance.net.