Training

How to Use Assistive Technology to Improve Web Accessibility

It’s one thing to have a great accessibility checklist, but checklists and testing tools often miss the mark on user experience. There are lots of subjective decisions to make when building an accessible website.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use assistive technology and browser-based tools to understand how our decisions effect the user experience of anyone using assistive technologies. This webinar will help you apply accessibility best practices and teach you how to develop the instincts to create more semantic digital content.

FAQ

What do I need to bring? You need to bring a laptop and charger to the course. Or contact us to rent a laptop.

Can I pay with a cheque? In most cases, we do accept payment by cheque. Contact us and we can issue you an invoice for the training.

What size is the class? Our classes usually have 6-10 participants, and we have a hard limit of 12 participants per trainer. 

Do you offer discounts for charities or individuals? Yes, contact us to receive a discount on the course.

Do you offer custom training? Yes, we can provide on-site, custom training for your team. Just get in touch with us and we can set up a training that fits your needs.

Do you offer refunds? Tickets are non-refundable, however it's free and easy to transfer your ticket to another person. Contact us to let us know if you'd like to transfer your registration.

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