Accessibility training

The web is fundamentally designed to work for all people. However websites can be designed and developed in such a way as they create barriers that exclude people from them.

Web accessibility means that websites and tools are designed and developed so that people with disabilities can use them. 

Web accessibility also benefits people without disabilities. 

Whether you are a designer, developer, CEO or content creator you have the power to make a difference. We can help you build your confidence and skills in talking about and delivering accessible and inclusive products, services and content. 

We deliver bespoke training for your organisation or content team to help you build the skills and confidence within your team. The following are popular topics: 

Training topics

Organisational change

  • Awareness building
  • Embedding accessibility in your organisation

Content 

  • Accessibility for content editors
  • Accessible social media
  • Accessible PDFs 

Technical

  • Accessibility for developers
  • Accessibility for designers
  • How to begin your own accessibility testing.
  • How to use a screen reader for accessibility testing

Our courses are engaging, conversational and tailored to you. They can be between two hours and several days long, remote or in-person, depending on the needs and aspirations of your organisation. 

Get in touch to find out how we can help you.
  

What our clients say

Our council has a culture of accessibility and digital inclusion being someone else’s problem. ‘Taking responsibility’ is one of our council's values. These workshops made my team more aware of what to do, how to do it and most importantly why to do it.
After the training we had knowledge of how to train our own staff and become evangelists within the organisation for web accessibility.
David Upjohn
Web Content Manager Oxfordshire County Council

Read more about our accessibility training with Oxfordshire County Council.