- Disability Awareness and Equality Training
- The Equality Act 2010
- Access Auditing, Access Appraisals and Access Statements
- Access Consultancy and Strategy Development
Disability Awareness and Equality TrainingOverview: Interactive course to empower participants to understand the needs of disabled people. The content is tailored to suit specific service provider needs and ranges from one hour overview sessions to half and whole day in-depth sessions.
Audience: Front-line customer facing staff through to managers and senior staff.
The Equality Act 2010 (Full or Update Courses)
Audience: Any employers, service providers, education providers, public authorities, designers and advisors who wish to develop their knowledge of current disability legislation and best practice.
Overview: Courses can be tailored to cover specific parts of the Equality Act 2010 in more detail. Popular examples are Education and Landlord and Tenant responsibilities.
Access Auditing, Access Appraisals and Access Statements
Aim: To allow technical staff to develop their skills in undertaking Access Audits, Access Appraisals and writing Access Statements. The courses are half or whole day sessions and are tailored to suit your learning needs.
Audience: Technical staff involved in the design, refurbishment, management and maintenance of buildings and facilities (architects, surveyors, engineers, fm etc)
Access Consultancy and Strategy Development
Audience: Architects, Surveyors, Planners, Building and Facilities Managers and other professions working to provide Inclusive Environments.
Overview: A detailed course covering Disability Legislation, Technical Standards and Inclusive Design concepts and management. It will empower the development of skills in access consultancy and long-term strategic development for businesses and organisations with property estates.