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The SOC-NCCP Program delivery in Ontario has gone through some transition. We have moved from a "Community on Demand" model to a provincially driven model that serves the needs of a majority of coaches from around the province. This does mean that coac...
Please click on the link below and you will be redirected to the Healthy Athletes Training videos page: http://video.specialolympicsontario.ca/browse-Health-videos-1-date.html [1] Links: ------ [1] http://video.specialolympicsontario.ca/browse-Heal...
If you have completed the AODA training course already at another work place or organization, you DO NOT have to complete the AODA training again for Special Olympics Ontario. You DO need to provide us with a proof of successful course completion. S...
Double check to see that the e-mail did not turn up in another folder. Sometimes the confirmation emails end up in your spam/junk folder. Once you have found and opened the e-mail, click on the link to confirm.
Firstly you need to make sure that you were able to complete the registration process (got the email, clicked the link, etc.)? If you were given the appropriate e-mail/username, then this may have to do with the cookie setting on your browser. Cooki...
Yes, the AODA training is available in French. At the right top hand corner of the page, you will be able to click the drop down menu to select the language your prefer. Click on this link to log-in into your AODA training: http://courses.specialoly...
No, the AODA Training is coming from the Government of Ontario.
The courses that you will need in to take an athlete to either Provincial, National or World Games will vary depending on a couple of factors, including: 1) Sport 2) Level of Competition For more information, click on the link below: htt...
The training is a mandatory legal requirement of the government of Ontario. If the volunteer does not want to complete the AODA training online, then there may be the option of a paper based training tool for distribution. We realize it is one more ...
We will make the training available using other methods. Such methods may include presentations by the staff or appropriate volunteers at Special Olympics Ontario. A general brochure can be given out to any volunteer who is not computer savvy.
The AODA stands for, PROVINCIAL ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIAN'S WITH DISABILITIES ACT (AODA). This mandatory training course is offered in English and French and is a mandatory training program for all Staff and Volunteers providing front line service...
To create an account, you must first go to the online course login page, which can be found at this link: http://go.specialolympicsontario.ca/AODA [1] On the right hand side of the page, there are step-by-step instructions on how to create an accoun...
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