The Essential Guide to WCAG 2.2

Crack the code of WCAG 2.2 for developers, designers and all those who need to meet web accessibility standards

Why you should attend

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.2 was released in October 2023 and includes several significant changes to the success criteria.

In this training course we will:

  • highlight how the changes to the standards build on the existing 2.1 criteria
  • examine the additions and removals, as well as what impact they will have
  • help you to understand and apply the new guidelines

Who is this training for?

  • Web managers
  • Web developers
  • Web designers
  • Legal and Governance Teams

  • Anyone interested in WCAG 2.2 criteria

Level of training: Intermediate. You will need some awareness of accessibility standards and this course will focus on how these can be applied.

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To help you get even better value this year, we have a 10 for the price of 8 bundle on 2024 AbilityNet online training courses for you and your team to enjoy. 

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Book now: Thursday 18 July 2024

  • 13:00 - 15:00 BST

Please note: after purchasing a ticket you are able to reassign the ticket, if somebody different to the ticket purchaser will be attending the training.

Attendees of the live training session will receive a Certificate of Attendance to add to their professional development training portfolio.

If you're looking for training for more than 8 people on a single course, please contact us about our great value in-house training options. You might also be interested in our Digital Accessibility Legislation course.

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Course overview

In this course, you will learn about the new criteria, receive helpful tips on understanding them, as well as illustrating how WCAG 2.2 impacts you and your customers. There will be an opportunity to pose your questions about WCAG 2.2 to the course trainer.

What you will learn

  • Understand the updated success criteria in WCAG 2.2
  • Understand where the updated success criteria will have the greatest impact
  • Understand how to test your content for compliance with the new WCAG 2.2 success criteria.

Please note:

The course is about digital accessibility. This means websites and apps. For example, the course would not be suitable for someone interested in the laws concerning access to public buildings or workplaces, or similar non-digital aspects of accessibility. 

This course will be delivered by a digital accessibility subject matter expert, not a legal expert. We will not be providing legal advice.

"Attended some excellent training on Digital Accessibility Legislation with AbilityNet. Really clear and concise introduction to the relevant regulations and case law and loads of really good resources to explore" - Sally McLaren, Inner Temple Library
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Meet your trainers - Claire Poste and Paul Speller
Claire Poste, smiling at the camera

Claire Poste joined AbilityNet with a background in publishing, online education and digital accessibility, having most recently worked as an Accessibility Specialist for BT.

As a Senior Accessibility Specialist in our Accessibility Services Team, Claire carries out audits and reviews of websites and apps, as well as providing training and consultancy on a variety of accessibility topics to a wide range of clients across the public and private sectors.

Paul Speller imagePaul Speller is an Accessibility and Usability Consultant at AbilityNet.

His role includes carrying out in-depth accessibility audits and other reviews of websites and apps, as well as providing consultancy and training to staff at a wide range of organisations.

His professional background is in the public sector, where he led on embedding accessibility into the organisation-wide digital practices of a London borough council.

He is a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC), awarded by the IAAP.

Paul also enjoys making the most of the huge variety of food and cultural activities around London!

Important information 

Class size: We limit the number of people on our training courses to ensure all attendees can engage with the presenter, ask questions and have an informative experience.

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Thursday 18 July 2024
13:00 to 15:00 BST



Online via Zoom


  • Delivered on Zoom using its automated captions feature
  • Advanced sharing of slides if required
  • Captioned recording with transcript provided

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