Meeting Public Sector Web Accessibility Regulations: Next Steps

In light of current official government and NHS guidelines around COVID-19, we have taken the decision to alter the delivery method of ‘Meeting Public ‘Sector Web Accessibility Regulations: Next Steps’, which was due to take place on Friday 24 April at CDN’s offices. Our intention is to deliver a 90-minute webinar on 24 April instead of a face-to-face session. If you have booked to attend this event we will contact you directly with further information as it becomes available.
 
Meeting Public Sector Web Accessibility Regulations: Next Steps

Event Begins Friday, April 24, 2020 1:00 pm and finishes at 2:30 pm

 
Cost
This webinar is free to attend.
 
 

What to Expect from the Meeting Public Sector Web Accessibility Regulations: Next Steps

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Summary

Recent changes to web accessibility legislation for public sector bodies have significant implications for colleges and universities. This half-day workshop will enable you to assess where you are now and how to prioritise what your next steps should be.
Whether you are new to accessibility, or have made a start with a plan to meet the regulations, this workshop will be a supportive, solution-focused space. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others in the sector and to share your ambitions or concerns. On completing this workshop, you will have:
  • An understanding of how compliance with accessibility regulations will be monitored
  • Resources to help you identify problems and successes
  • Access to resources to avoid duplicating work
  • Knowledge of where to find support and training
  • A personalised set of priorities to take away
We have teamed up with Jisc’s accessibility specialist, Kellie Mote (a familiar name to the Scottish sector), to deliver this workshop and appreciate the opportunity to work with Jisc to raise awareness around this important area.

Some useful pre-reading before the workshop to get you up to speed and thinking of questions for the workshop:

Who should attend

Meeting accessibility regulations requires a collaborative approach so this workshop will be relevant to all with an involvement in digital content. As a guide, we anticipate that attendees will be drawn from areas including:
  • Senior and middle management
  • Learning technology
  • Marketing, digital comms and website design
  • Libraries and learning resources
  • Curriculum/academic leadership
  • Instructional designers and VLE managers

Aims

This session aims to:
  • introduce you to the Public Sector Web Accessibility Regulations
  • share guidance on how to meet the requirements by the September 2020 deadline.
 

Meet the Facilitator

 
 Kellie Mote, Subject specialist: strategy (accessibility), Jisc
Kellie has worked in inclusive education and assistive technology for over 20 years. Prior to joining Jisc, Kellie was student experience manager with remit for access and inclusion at Edinburgh College. She worked across the college to ensure access to assistive technology for all disabled students and managed the access centre, which provides a specialist needs assessment service to students from colleges and universities across Scotland who have applied for Disabled Students Allowance.
 

 
 
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