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In order for Assistive Technology to succeed it needs to have good technology foundations. College leaders need to promote its usage and ensure all teams work together to improve educational outcomes. You will be guided through short and long term goals which will enable your teams to remove barriers and support learners to succeed.
This short course is led by an experienced senior leader who is also a technology specialist and will cover:
- How your organisation can enhance accessibility for ALL learners.
- Delivering AT is hard without the right IT in place.
- Working with your IT support team to ensure accessiblity is a priority.
- Procurement: taking accessiblity into account at the start.
This is delivered online as a short course and places can be reserved for small numbers of staff.
The below cost is for each attendee. All attendees need to register separately.
- Natspec and Karten members £50 +VAT
- Transform members £75 +VAT
- Non-members £100 +VAT
Invoices will be issued after the event
Book your place
As this course has restricted places, we are limiting bookings to 4 per organisation as a maximum. If you would like this training for more people, please contact email@example.com. If you find that you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can make the space available for others.
By booking a place you understand that if you do not attend and have not cancelled within the agreed timeframe, you will be charged. Please ensure you read our cancellation terms and conditions prior to booking.
Please visit the zoom registration page to book your place for this event.
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