To help you get started we have pulled together a selection of courses, including a variety of online, in person, free and paid, to help you find where to start when identifying accessibility training. We’ve also grouped guidance that will signpost you to resources and information.
This list is not exhaustive and the guidance has been written by third parties so might change. We recommend that you ensure that it is up to date and accurate before relying upon it.
The level of accessibility training will also vary depending on the role they have in your organisation, so we’ve added some general role descriptors to help you work out ‘who needs what’. We realise that the level of digital accessibility awareness for a project manager will be very different from an app developer. Remember that accessibility is a team effort and needs to be incorporated into your organisations business as usual.
We would also encourage you to think about accessibility not just for your tech colleagues, but for all colleagues. We have therefore added some basic training that would be beneficial and best practice for everyone to use.
This is not an exhaustive list, and it will be ever changing, however these suggestions will assist your organisation towards facilitating a digital accessibility training pathway.