This page addresses many of the common questions about our ADA Compliance Course and provides information on other courses as well.
You are welcome to email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Table of contents
- How can I access my course after purchase?
- What is the difference between the ADA Compliance Course, WCAG Course, and WordPress Course?
- Who is the ADA Compliance Course for?
- Who is the creator of the ADA Compliance Course?
- How long is the ADA Compliance Course?
- Are code examples provided?
- Is this course comprised of manual-only remediation instruction?
- How does the ADA Compliance Course work?
- Will the ADA Compliance Course make my website WCAG 2.1 AA conformant?
- Does this course provide legal advice?
- What are the cheatsheets?
- Sales Questions
How can I access my course after purchase?
The best way to access a course is by going directly to the link to the first lesson. Here are the links:
What is the difference between the ADA Compliance Course and the WCAG Course and WordPress Course?
The ADA Compliance Course is specifically designed to help website owners follow best practices for ADA Compliance and prevent litigation. The WCAG Course helps anyone learn and understand the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). The WordPress Accessibility addresses accessibility specific to WordPress websites.
All courses are excellent educational resources but they are different from one another in material and scope.
Think of the WCAG Course as helping anyone understand web accessibility (and digital accessibility principles).
The ADA Compliance Course is best viewed as training to help any team immediately take action and improve accessibility of a website in furtherance of ADA compliance and stopping lawsuits and demand letters.
The WordPress Accessibility Course will help you understand accessibility in terms of how to build a website and make adjustments in settings and composure with WordPress websites.
All three are standalone training, but none of them are replacements for one another.
Who is the ADA Compliance Course for?
The ADA Compliance Course is for organization who wants to follow best practices for ADA compliance. Accordingly, this course will help you prevent “ADA website” litigation for websites. This course will help any size organization – from a sole proprietor to a large corporation:
- Small businesses
- Web design agencies
- Web development agencies
This course is designed so that you can give it to your web teams (e.g., developer, content manager, designer, contractor, etc.) as an SOP or step-by-step instructions.
Who is the creator of the ADA Compliance Course?
Kris Rivenburgh created the ADA Compliance Course.
Kris is an attorney and the author of The ADA Book. Kris is also the founder of Accessible.org.
Kris Rivenburgh has researched and written about digital accessibility and ADA compliance for five years. Kris’s work has been cited by Verizon.com, Yahoo Small Business, MN.gov (Minnesota), Syr.edu (Syracuse), and Illinois.edu.
Kris’s ADA compliance and website accessibility guides have also been published in Bloomberg Law and Kris was quoted by The Economist.
Kris has worked with numerous entities – from small businesses and non-profits to large corporations to provide affordable accessibility services including WCAG 2.1 AA audits, PDF remediation, user testing, and custom accessibility statements.
How long is the ADA Compliance Course?
Reading through the course and watching the videos will take approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
There are 28 lessons in the course.
Are code examples provided?
Yes, code examples are used throughout the course.
Examples include code with and without ARIA.
Is this course comprised of manual-only remediation instruction?
Yes, we only provide instructions for the genuine, manual remediation or fixing of accessibility issues.
At no point in this course are there instructions for installing an app plugin, widget, overlay, toolbar, software, etc.
This is because these “solutions” do not work.
Automated “solutions” do not make your website accessible or ADA compliant.
How does the ADA Compliance Course work?
Once you complete checkout, you will register for a course and have a login.
After this, you or a team member can immediately begin working through the lessons.
Will the ADA Compliance Course make my website WCAG 2.1 AA conformant?
No, this course only covers the most commonly claimed accessibility issues in litigation.
However, the accessibility issues covered in this course are all found in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Remediating these issues will likely enable you to make a genuine case that your website provides meaningful access, which is the actual legal standard.
The WCAG Course works as the perfect complement to the ADA Compliance Course. Once you finish the ADA Compliance Course, we recommend picking up with the remaining success criteria found in WCAG 2.1 AA as explained in the WCAG Course.
Does this course provide legal advice?
No. This course provides general, practical information to significantly reduce any entity’s exposure to website accessibility litigation.
Additionally, no support provided will offer legal advice in any way, shape, or form. We always recommend you contact an attorney for any legal matters.
What are the cheatsheets?
The cheatsheets are downloadable PDFs that distill the course content down to the essentials.
These cheatsheets provide a quick map to keep your team on track and moving through what needs to be done.
Your team will have:
- to-do checklists
- prioritization of issues
- quick issue summaries
- role assignments
Why are there different prices for the course?
The $299 price is for small businesses with 1-5 people using the course
The $599 price is for medium-sized organizations with 6-10 people using the course.
The material remains the exact same, it’s only the number of people that have access that determines the higher price.
For example, Corporation C has a large digital team with nine people. They would pay more vs. a Shopify owner with only a developer.
For larger teams or agencies with clients, contact me about pricing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How many of my own websites can I use this course for?
You can use the ADA Compliance Course for as many of your websites as you’d like.
For example, if you own three Shopify websites, you can use the ADA Compliance Course for all three.
Can I give this course to my clients or members?
No, your ADA Compliance Course membership does not extend to your clients or members or any other websites that are not your own.
Example 1: You run a web design agency. You can not give the ADA Compliance Course to your clients.
Example 2: You lead an association. You can not give the ADA Compliance Course to your members.
Can I use this course for my clients?
Yes, agencies can purchase this course to use on their client websites under an agency plan.
For example, you run a web design agency and use the ADA Compliance Course to make changes to your client websites.
Do you offer a referral program?
Yes, contact email@example.com to ask about our referral program. We offer commissions for referring others to the ADA Compliance Course. In the email include details and information on how you will promote the ADA Compliance Course, including the specific websites, channels, and platform you will promote the course on.
You agree not to spam or promote the ADA Compliance Course in any unethical or questionable manner.
Do you offer refunds?
Refunds will be considered on a case-by-case basis and granted in extenuating circumstances.
If you have any pre-sales questions, we highly recommend you email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the terms and conditions of using the ADA Compliance Course?
For more information on copyright and use, read the terms and conditions page.
Legal action may be taken against anyone who violates these terms and conditions and/or infringes upon the copyright.
You may not use this course beyond the uses outlined above.
Email me at email@example.com if you have any questions about use of the ADA Compliance Course.
If you have a question not answered above, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond immediately.