Interviewing Candidates with Disabilities (1 hour)

Disability Etiquette training is required as a prerequisite.

This targeted workshop gives clarity and confidence to hiring professionals in preparation for and during interviews with candidates with disabilities.

Using mini-lecture, large and small group exercises and impactful videos, participants will be able to:

  • Implement a disability inclusive interview environment, mindset, and techniques
  • Recognize and differentiate between interview skills and the skills to do the job
  • Identify questions you can and cannot ask
  • Practice when and how to discuss accommodations and the interactive process



“As an HR practitioner with decades of experience, I found the training to be wonderful.” – Museum of Science employee

“The real-life scenarios helped open my eyes as to the perspective of candidates with disabilities.” – State Street employee

“The case studies were helpful in bringing the content to life. Talking through the different options, so we understood the rationale and could think about how it would be applied. I also really appreciated the resources provided.”

“More managers need this training. This whole series has been phenomenal.”

“Very informative. It was very helpful to understand the correct way to ask about skills and abilities. Learning the appropriate phrasing was a key takeaway for me.” – Work Without Limits Career Fair recruiter

“This should be mandatory for hiring managers and talent acquisition teams everywhere. Thank you for making us better!”

“The trainer is very well versed in this field. She has made the 2 sessions I have attended extremely informative and made me feel more confident on how to handle these situations.”