In-house options

Designed to educate and upskill your staff according to their needs, our in-house training options enable organisations to achieve the highest standards in digital accessibility and inclusive design.

We’ll come to you – each course can be delivered using your offices or preferred training venue. Or, if you don’t have suitable facilities available, we’ll organise an exclusive session for your staff at our regular training venue (available in most Australian capital cities).

In-house and exclusive sessions are charged at a flat rate. Please
contact us for a quote.

Introduction to Digital Accessibility Seminar

This non-technical seminar provides a comprehensive introduction to web accessibility and online documents, with demonstrations of how people with disability access digital information. It explains legal obligations, gives an overview of WCAG 2.0 and highlights the business and financial benefits of creating accessible content.

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Format: Lecture-style presentation
  • Maximum attendance: 50

Microsoft Office Accessibility

Learn how to create accessible Word documents, Excel workbooks, PowerPoint presentations and Outlook emails. Suitable for anyone who uses Microsoft Office, we’ll teach you the benefits of accessibility and how to ensure your digital communications are accessible to everyone. Plus, participants will gain free access to our Document Accessibility Toolbar (DAT) eLearning module.

  • Duration: Full day
  • Format: Computer-based training
  • Software: Microsoft Office
  • Maximum attendance: 20

PDF Accessibility Techniques and Testing

Learn how to edit and verify accessible PDF files using Acrobat Pro. We’ll show you advanced accessibility techniques to remediate PDF documents, without the need for a source file. On completion of the workshop you’ll know how to create PDFs that are accessible to everyone.

  • Duration: Full day
  • Format: Computer-based training
  • Software: Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Maximum attendance: 20

Creating Accessible Documents: Word and PDF

Learn how to create accessible Word and PDF documents in this one-day crash course. Suitable for anyone who uses Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat Pro, we’ll teach you how to ensure your digital documents are accessible to everyone.

  • Duration: Full day
  • Format: Computer-based training
  • Software: Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Maximum attendance: 20
Note: Creating Accessible Documents: Word and PDF is also part of our public training programme.

Writing for the Web

Create useful, usable and accessible content that works well on mobile, tablet and desktop browsers. Suitable for anyone who writes content for their organisation’s website or intranet. This course is run by our training partner, 4 Syllables.

  • Duration: Full day
  • Format: Presentation with interactive exercises
  • Maximum attendance: 20

Note: Writing for the Web is also part of our public training programme.

Accessibility for Web Writers

Make your content accessible for people with disabilities, and learn how to check that it meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. Suitable for web writers, editors, publishers and content managers who want to learn more about the accessibility guidelines for written and image-based content. This course is run by our training partner, 4 Syllables.

  • Duration: Full day
  • Format: Presentation with interactive exercises
  • Maximum attendance: 12

Note: Accessibility for Web Writers is also part of our public training programme.

Designing for Inclusion (non-technical)

Learn how to design digital resources in line with principles of accessibility and inclusive design. We’ll show you non-technical design and content considerations for brochure, informational and dynamic websites, as well as design challenges related to mobile websites and apps. Suitable for anyone involved in the design, management or delivery of digital resources.

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Format: Presentation with interactive exercises
  • Maximum attendance: 30

Web Accessibility Techniques and Testing (technical)

Learn how to test for accessibility issues within a website or web application and practical techniques to resolve them. We’ll demonstrate design and code solutions you can implement to achieve WCAG 2.0 Level AA conformance, as well as usability and accessibility best practices gathered through our own research and user testing across various disability groups. Suitable for anyone involved in the design, development or maintenance of websites.

  • Duration: Full day
  • Format: Presentation with interactive exercises
  • Maximum attendance: 30

Note: Web Accessibility Techniques and Testing is also part of our public training programme.

Assistive Technology Training

A unique opportunity for web and software developers/testers to understand how people who are vision impaired really use assistive technologies on desktop and mobile devices. Participants will interact with and validate the accessibility of standard and dynamic functionality on their website using JAWS, VoiceOver, NVDA and ZoomText.

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Format: Presentation with interactive exercises
  • Maximum attendance: 10

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