As I’ve so often said: Audits and tools don’t solve accessibility problems, training does. This is because while audits and tooling are very capable of finding your current issues, training will help you solve those problems while avoiding new ones.
From higher education institutions like Harvard & MIT to large software companies like Microsoft, Salesforce, and Slack, I’ve trained hundreds of people from over 40 different organizations on accessibility. This fall, I’ll be holding a number of training events.
Pricing ranges from $129 – $239 per person per class. Review them at http://tenon.eventbrite.com/ or read about them all below:
Nov. 4&5, Accessibility Bootcamp
This 2-day training event covers all of the core principles of accessibility, focusing on what accessibility is, how users with disabilities use computers, and how to consider accessibility when designing and developing web-based systems.
This topic-based training navigates attendees through key topics in accessibility from very high-level to very detailed. Each topic features both teamwork and lecture and the technical topics provide important details about considering accessibility in both design and development.
Nov. 10, Accessibility of Forms
Forms are the #1 method for users to interact on a website – with the site owner or with each other. Forms are how content is created and how visitors convert to customers. By volume, issues with forms outnumber all other issue types. During this full-day workshop attendees will learn the numerous challenges that people with disabilities have when using forms and how to design and develop more accessible forms.
Nov. 17 & 18: Deep dive into WAI-ARIA
Once you have the basics of Web Accessibility down, it is time to dive into the details of WAI-ARIA.
Nov. 23 & 24: Accessibility Testing Bootcamp
This 2-day training event covers all of the core principles of accessibility, focusing on what accessibility is, how users with disabilities use computers, and how to test a web/ software system for accessibility.
Questions? Need to Submit a PO or register multiple people?
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