Access University’s curricula of accessibility-focused courses is designed to ensure participants have the knowledge and skill to design, build, and test Information Technology (IT) systems that conform to relevant accessibility requirements and standards. Course topics span accessibility awareness and basic accessibility testing, design, and remediation to advanced accessibility topics including making complex interactions accessible and accessibility auditing methodology. Each course is designed to ensure participants are able to directly apply the training to their jobs and design, develop and audit against relevant accessibility requirements independent of a third party.
An annual subscription provides unlimited, on-demand access to all courses provided through Access University, as well as:
Students have access to an extensive amount of compelling, actively curated information that can radically accelerate their accessibility knowledge.
A key part of any online learning experience is the ability for students to help each other learn and exchange information with each other throughout the course of study. Access provides access to fully integrated, actively moderated course forums. Forums are moderated by experts who can answer questions and guide students in their study.
Organization administrators can observe their employees’ progress, view notes, receive notifications on individual course completion, and obtain feedback on how they are progressing through the system. Managers can easily receive up-to-date, precise information about the growth of their team’s knowledge base.
Select as many or as few courses as are relevant to your organization’s needs.
Accessibility Awareness Curriculum (ACC)
Accessibility Policy and U.S. Federal Regulations Curriculum (POL)
Accessibility Testing and Evaluation Curriculum (ACCE)
Document Accessibility Curriculum (DOCA)
Mobile Accessibility Curriculum (MOBA)
Web Accessibility Curriculum (WEBA)