Category: Business Skills, Diversity & Inclusion, Education & Training Centres, Governance & Compliance, Neurodiversity
At eLaHub, our extensive experience and passion for inclusive learning make us industry leaders in providing services to improve the learning experience for everyone, including people with a wide range of disabilities and access needs. We are the only providers of targeted eLearning accessibility consultancy, training and auditing support to the Learning and Development industry. Our global clients consist of private, public and third sector organisations including Thomson Reuters, Amazon, Accenture, Govt. of Canada, London School of Economics and Macmillan Cancer Support. We deliver our eLearning accessibility programme both to organisations and to individuals through our regular open course sessions.
- eLearning Accessibility Programme for Articulate 360
- Designing Accessible Learning Content Programme (DALC)
Who Should Attend:
- The course is suitable for all levels of professionals in the Learning and Development industry, including Learning Developers, Learning Developer managers, Instructional Designers, Content authors, User experience designers, Quality Assurance testers, Subject Matter Experts etc.
- This live training consists of two, 3.5 hour sessions (fundamentals and further steps) which are designed to provide delegates with an understanding of a broad range of accessibility needs and assistive technology, and how to design learning resources with accessibility in mind from the outset.
- The course is based on the industry-leading text, ‘[Designing Accessible Learning Content](https://www.elahub.net/book/)’ by eLaHub Director Susi Miller and aligns with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1., providing detailed information to explain specifically how the WCAG guidelines can be applied to eLearning resources.
- Delegates learn about the accessibility functionality of the Articulate 360 authoring tools, how to apply accessibility principles to their content and avoid common accessibility issues.
- A further wealth of information on accessibility best practice and resources are provided to delegates as part of the training to ensure they are best placed for their future development of accessible learning content.