MICHELE'S FAVORITE TRAINING TOPICS


Human Resources

Professional Background

Michele is the author of ADA: Let’s Get Practical, a workbook for designers, architects, engineers, and contractors to become accessible and avoid common mistakes. She has consulted and advised many organizations relating to the physical design for new and retrofit of buildings, airports parks, and streets including the Kansas City Science Museum, Radisson Hotel, HUD, Benton County, KS, Nazarene College, J.C. Nichols Development Corporation and the City of Carthage, Missouri.

“Our ABILITY depends on our spirit, our determination and our refusal to give up.” 
- Michele Ohmes

 

Experience

As an Author, Trainer and Consultant, Michele has helped both public and private sector employers successfully comply with ADA regulations using the most practical and effective methods possible. Delivering over 500 public and private training engagements throughout the US with her funny, quirky, attention-grabbing manner, Michele shows you how to think in terms of disability. Her work in ADA compliance has helped organizations nationwide such as American Public Works Association, Airport Council International – North America, National Recreation and Parks Association, National Locksmith Association, Kansas City Police Academy and Detention Center, Missouri Highway Patrol, Kansas City Codes Academy, United Artists Theaters, Federal Housing and Urban Development, Missouri Housing Commission, and National Association of Women Business Owners. There is no doubt that Michele's expertise will be invaluable to any organization.

 

View a video excerpt of Michele Ohmes training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):

 

View our Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other Human Resources Workshops and Seminars.

 

Awards

Woman First Award 2002 From City of Kansas City Missouri
American Public Works at International Congress - National Diversity Award 2001 
National Service Animal Organization - Service Animal Awareness Award 2000 From the Kansas City Police Board Recognition for training programs and presentations