1 Alie Street
London, England E1 8DE

In the modern marketplace, companies have a legal responsibility to ensure that their websites are accessible to users with disabilities. It also makes good business sense to make your products and services available to as wide a range of customers as possible.

This one day course provides a comprehensive overview of web accessibility, the main difficulties disabled users face when using the web and the measures you need to take to make your site accessible.

Through the use of real examples, you will gain valuable knowledge that you can integrate into your own operations to ensure your offering is accessible to all.

This course is aimed at non-technical staff that require a concise overview of web accessibility and the benefits to your business and your customers. Development staff should consider our 'Web Accessibility for Developers' event if a more technical course is required.

Course outline


* What is web accessibility
* Why make your site accessible?
* Your legal obligations
* Accessibility Myths
* Types of disability



* Common accessibility issues and how to resolve them
* Accessibility - the next level
* Undertaking an accessibility audit of your site

About the trainer

Accessibility consultant Mark Palmer has a wealth of experience in the field of accessibility, heading numerous projects for Intelligent Finance. Mark takes a practical approach to accessibility and is passionate about web standards, his enthusiasm and expertise will ensure your understanding of the topic.

Course Cost

The one day course costs £375 + VAT (£440.63 incl VAT) and includes a course book with copies of all slides and reference materials, as well as lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

We also give 10% discount to bulk purchases of 3 tickets or more, please contact Laura on 0131 225 0858 for further details.

If you would prefer to pay by invoice please contact Laura on 0131 225 0858.

Official Website: http://www.uservision.co.uk/events/2008/introduction-web-accessibility/

Added by lf053 on May 7, 2008

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