Website accessibility is knowledge every website publisher should know. Accessibility is the mark of caring, community-minded organization
Our seasoned and animated web coaches happily share their expertise one-on-one or with a group – live or online – leaving confident, website accessibility-savvy clients. Participants will learn:
- AODA regulations – does your website comply with legal standards?
- how to test website features for accessibility
- easy ways to make websites accessible to those living with disabilities
AWEBthatWORKS offers a wide array of flexible training options to suit your unique requirements and budget.
- One-on-One Training – We’ll come to you, you can come to us, or we can meet virtually using screen sharing/web conferencing software.
- Group Training – We’ll train your group at the location of your choice, or setup a web conference for up to 15 participants, using screen sharing/web conferencing software.
- Lunchinars – We’ll train you on the most popular topics via regularly scheduled web conferences with 4-15 participants.
MORE ON ACCESSIBILITY
- ‘Alt – who goes there? Adding ALT text to images
- AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) customer service portion becames law January 1, 2012
- Business Breakfast –> Learn About Accessibility (June 17, 2010) Oshawa, Ontario
- Durham Region Accessiblity Expo (June 17, 2010 10am – 8pm) Oshawa, Ontario
- Proposed Accessibility Standard for Information and Communications
- The Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities Act
- Think Speech Recognition!
- Are You Creating Barriers For Your Visitors?
- New Accessibility Standards Announced
- World Wide Web Consortium announces new accessibility standards
- On June 13, 2005, the government passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005