ADA isn’t just a policy in a handbook or a section in a guide map, it’s way of operating that serves a specific segment of the guest population to ensure you are providing equal and appropriate access to all guests. If you have ever wondered specifically what this means for your attraction or property, consider attending the IAAPA Operators Forum: ADA, An in-depth study of what it means to you and your operation.
Over a 3-day period (October 2-4) at Six Flags Great Escape in beautiful Lake George, New York, experienced facilitators and park operators will guide participants through immersive classroom experiences, hands-on practical training and opportunities to learn and network with like-minded individuals who share your unique challenges.
Laura oversees the safe operation of Hersheypark’s over 70 amusement rides and water attractions plus guest services and ticket sales.
Erik created the ‘ADA FAQ’ training program for International Ride Training LLC and has represented and advised a variety of attractions with respect to ADA.
Gina leads the day-to-day safety program across the Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE) portfolio. She works alongside HFE leadership to ensure consistent compliance across properties and departments.
Space is limited to ensure a high-quality education experience. Reserve your spot now. The registration fee includes meals and programming.
Participants can earn 10 credit hours towards IAAPA Certification by participating in this event.
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