​Preventing disability discrimination

(On-site training course)

For employers, service providers and educators

Employers want the best person for the job, and goods and service providers need to attract clients and customers. But what if the potential employee or customer has a disability? Disability discrimination is the largest category of complaints received by the Anti-Discrimination Board. 

This training seminar uses recent case law and practical examples to answer common questions.

  • what is disability discrimination and who is covered
  • medical, psychological and functional assessments
  • reasonable services and facilities for people with a disability
  • determining when someone is unable to perform the inherent requirements of a job or benefit from the provision of a service
  • when accommodating a person with a disability becomes an unjustifiable hardship
  • safety issues and the requirements of other laws
  • terminating the employment of someone because they have a disability
​Training course duration: two hours - one day

​To discuss an on-​​site training course

Contact the Manager, Education Services on (02) 9268 5555 or adbcontact@justice.nsw.gov.au