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Intopia: Accessibility Training 2023

Intopia has launched a number of public training courses which will be available in 2023. They have had people join them from around the world so they can learn more about digital accessibility, and they have previously helped guide developers, designers, content creators and testers on how to make their work more accessible.

Accessibility Courses

February/March 2023

Creating accessible documents: Word and PDF

Learn how to make your Word and PDF documents accessible for everyone.

Who should attend: Content authors, product and project managers, or anyone who works with Word and PDF documents

Designing for digital accessibility

Explore user interface (UI) and interaction design principles to create barrier-free accessible experiences.

Who should attend: Visual and user experience (UX) designers, and digital professionals interested in design

Developing for web accessibility

Expand your knowledge of ARIA, semantic markup, the accessibility tree, building accessible forms and custom components.

Who should attend: Front-end or full-stack developers

Creating accessible content for UX and forms

Discover ways to make your web and UX content accessible to as many people as possible.

Who should attend: Anyone who creates, publishes, or manages digital content

Accessibility testing with NVDA

Learn how people use screen readers and how you can use NVDA to test your digital product.

Who should attend: Digital professionals who want to learn more about screen readers and testing with NVDA

May/June 2023 courses

Testing web accessibility for teams

Learn some quick and easy tests that will uncover common accessibility issues we see in websites.

Who should attend: Digital professionals interested in accessibility testing

Designing for digital accessibility

Explore user interface (UI) and interaction design principles to create barrier-free accessible experiences.

Who should attend: Visual and user experience (UX) designers, and digital professionals interested in design

Developing for web accessibility

Expand your knowledge of ARIA, semantic markup, the accessibility tree, building accessible forms and custom components.

Who should attend: Front-end or full-stack developers

Creating accessible Web, Word and PDF content

Discover ways to make your content accessible and apply that knowledge to Word and PDF documents.

Who should attend: Anyone who creates, publishes, or manages digital content or works with Word and PDF documents

Accessibility training with NVDA

Learn how people use screen readers and how you can use NVDA to test your digital product.

Who should attend: Digital professionals who want to learn more about screen readers and testing with NVDA

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