Universal Design is about creating great customer
communications that can be accessed, understood and used
to the greatest extent possible by all people, regardless of
their age, size, or disability.
The EU Web Accessibility Directive 2016/2102 requires
public bodies to ensure their websites and apps are
accessible to persons with disabilities.
The Irish Computer Society, in collaboration with The Centre
for Excellence in Universal Design (CEUD) have launched a
new course for those who have a role in creating documents
in Word or PDF or writing content for websites.
The course aims to support those working with digital content to produce content that is perceivable, operable, and usable by the widest range of people possible. The course focuses on the methods needed to create and manage digitally accessible files using MS Word, PowerPoint, and PDF.
The target audience for this course is PUBLIC SECTOR PERSONNEL who are involved in creating web content and electronic documents.
Membership means more than saving on events. You can also network with like-minded professionals, and gain recognition of your experience and expertise. Learn more about membership benefits.
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4th Jun (Thu) to 5th Jun (Fri)
Begins at 09:30 and ends at 12:00
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