Workplace accessibility training

  • Do your HR processes exclude people with disabilities?
  • Are you doing enough to ensure your recruitment and induction practices are inclusive and accessible?
  • Do you know how to promote diversity and inclusion across your organisation's processes?

Learn how to become an inclusive and compliant recruiter on our upcoming course:

How to develop accessible, inclusive recruitment

  • 22 September 2021

Book now for the recruitment course
 

How to develop accessible, inclusive onboarding

  • 29 September 2021

Book now for the onboarding course

 

Save 20% on training in September
With schools and universities starting again this month, could you and your staff also go 'back to school' to boost your accessibility skills? Use the code Workplace20 to get 20% off AbilityNet’s ‘Accessibility for HR’ courses.

We also provide training on:

  • accessible, inclusive collaboration and teamwork
  • accessible meetings
  • accessible individual working practices
  • accessible career progression
  • accessible customer services, and
  • an introduction to assistive technology. 

Our affordable, high-quality online training will help build further skills in accessibility and inclusion across your organisation.

Looking for bespoke training?

Talk to our experts about bespoke training to suit your organisation, so we can help you understand how to work inclusively whether in the office or remotely.  

Speak to our experts

 


How AbilityNet helped Sense to create accessible meetings guidance Sense logo. Text reads: Sense, connecting sight, sound and life, with orange and purple circle logo with the letter 'S' inside

Sense charity approached AbilityNet for help collating a set of guidance documents to organise accessible online meetings for its staff.

“We wanted to work with an external expert to review how comprehensive and accurate our guidance was, who had everything to hand in one place and who could help us make sure our meetings guidance was accessible, comprehensive, thorough and up to date.” - Alison Bennett, Director of HR at Sense

 

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