25 Procter Street
London, England WC1V 6NY

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.
Course Overview

The WCAG 2.0 guidelines have now been in use for over a year and it is vital that everyone be aware of the changes from WCAG 1.0 to ensure their website remains accessible to those with disabilities. Here at User Vision we have developed a specialist accessibility training course that will help you understand the new WCAG guidelines and how to implement them successfully
Event Details

Dates: 10th June 2010

Location: Lion Court Conference Centre, 25 Procter Street, London ,WC1V 6NY

Cost: £175 + VAT

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This training course is essential for anyone involved with the content or development of a website.
Course Outline

Our new course will give you a comprehensive overview of the new WCAG 2.0 guidelines and identify the key differences from WCAG 1.0 as well as help you understand how to implement a successful WCAG 2.0 strategy.

After the half day course we are also providing the opportunity to put your specific questions to resident accessibility expert Mark Palmer. Mark will be available throughout the networking lunch to ask specific questions about your individual situation.

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About the trainer Mark Palmer

Mark has 12 years experience in the IT Industry, 6 of which were spent heading the user interface team at Intelligent Finance. In his role as Senior Analyst Programmer, Mark headed up numerous projects, ensuring that accessibility standards were maintained from the projects inception through to the delivered product.

A passionate advocate for accessibility and web standards, Mark brings a wealth of accessibility experience to User Vision. He is a strong believer that the web can be accessible and user friendly without sacrificing style.

For further details please visit our website or sign up for the Introduction to Web Accessibility course.

Terms and Conditions

Cancellation terms
If you find you have to cancel a booking you will receive the following refund

Working days before course % Refund
Over 14 days Full refund
7-13 days 50% refund
6 days or less No refund

User Vision reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a training course at any time. In the unlikely event of this occurring, we will endeavor to give as much advanced notice as possible, if such an event occurs a full refund will be issued. We do not take responsibility of any additional costs or expenses due to a cancelled or rescheduled course

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