We hate droning lectures, so we’ve created interesting and occasionally irreverent sessions directly related to what you do. We want you to be able to use this stuff as soon as you leave the training room.

Your training isn’t over when a session ends – you also get our detailed, up-to-date online reference library. Loads of easy-to-read accessibility topics to apply to your work. Review what you’ve learned, visit online references and examples, or dive deeper whenever you like. It’s like taking us with you!

Our training courses

Accessibility for senior executives

For: Business stakeholders, senior management
Length: 1 – 2 hours in a face to face setting OR 1 – 2 hours delivered remotely
Topics: What is accessibility and how it impacts organisations.

Managing accessibility in digital projects

For: Project managers, product owners, business analysts
Length: Half-day in a face to face setting OR Two 2-hour sessions over 2 weeks delivered remotely
Topics: What is accessibility and how to manage it in the project lifecycle.

Designing for accessibility and inclusion

For: UX staff, graphic designers, content creators, interaction designers
Length: Full day in a face to face setting OR Four 2-hour sessions over 4 weeks delivered remotely
Topics: What is accessibility, visual design, task flow and interaction implications.

Accessibility requirements & test cases

For: Business analysts, functional testers
Length: Two days in a face to face setting OR Six 3-hour sessions over 6 weeks delivered remotely
Topics: What is accessibility, defining requirements and test cases.

Development for Accessibility Bootcamp

For: Experienced front-end developers with accessibility knowledge and a working knowledge of HTML, CSS and scripting.
Length: Two days in a face to face setting OR Six 3-hour sessions over 6 weeks delivered remotely
Topics: Web technologies including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, WAI-ARIA. Assistive technologies such as screen readers and screen magnifiers.

Creating Accessible Content

For: Content writers, publishers and team managers
Length: Four hours in a face to face setting OR Two 2-hour sessions over 2 weeks delivered remotely
Topics: Descriptive text alternatives for simple images, as well as accessible complex images such as graphs and infographics. How to structure content using headings, paragraphs, lists, tables and links. Techniques for better readability and comprehension and alternative formats for media content.

Developing Accessible Native Apps

For: Experienced native mobile developers
Length: Full day in a face to face setting OR Four 2-hour sessions over 4 weeks delivered remotely
Topics: Assistive technologies and settings used by people with disabilities, accessible standard and custom interface controls. Touch target size, spacing and grouping related content along with structure content using headings, paragraphs, lists, and links.

Usability Testing and Research with People with Disability 

For: People who are experienced in user research and usability testing.
Length: Full day in a face to face setting (not available remotely)
Topics: Planning and running a usability session for participants with a disability with a focus on reporting on the session outcomes, differentiating between accessibility and general usability. Diverse types of abilities, access needs and technology use and who to include in your research and how to recruit the participants.