RNIB Web Access Centre Courses

Whether web accessibility is a scary, monsters-under-the-bed-just-don't-want-to-look thing for you, or you've already got an inkling of what it's all about and want to learn more, it seems the fine folks at the RNIB Web Access Centre can help.

They've announced two new courses, the first for people who need to understand the big issues; why accessibility is vital and what happens when sites aren't accessible, the second is a more technical course for people who need to understand the detail of how it's done, includes examples, so that delegates are equipped to rip out the bad practice and bolt in the best, on their return to work.

So if London's an option for you, and you can stretch to the very reasonable £195 for each full-day course, there are few better people to learn about web accessibility from. They know their stuff inside out, and are very nice people to boot. And no, I don't get commission.

Full details from the Web Access Centre Blog (beta) (external link).


Will Ann throw in the knitwear of your choice? ;)
This sounds like a great service at, as you commented, a very reasonable price and no I don't get commission either.

Posted by: Andy Saxton at August 5, 2006 6:27 PM

These would suit you to a tee.

And I thought you said you did get commission, but not to tell anyone?

Posted by: Dan at August 5, 2006 8:52 PM

No, the knitwear costs extra ;)

Posted by: Ann at August 17, 2006 3:40 PM

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