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What type of accessibility training do you do?

Our training goal is to support educators to better support their students. There are simple and easy changes that can be made to everyday practices that will have a big impact on student learning outcomes.

Who does it help?

Accessibility advocates. Every school, every university, every collage has them. These are the change makers, the ones that amplify the voices of their students, see the boundaries to their students learning, and are willing to make the changes needed to continually improve student learning outcomes.

We are here to empower you with knowledge and tools. At the rate that technology is changing, the way we engage with each other, and the more we understand how our individual students learn, we can’t keep doing the same things we used to do even 5 years ago and hope for better outcomes.

What are the legal requirements?

In order to adhere to the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and WCAG 2.1 compliancy standards, learning material needs to be able to be accessed and understood by all students.

We believe that knowledge is power. The more you are learning about how to write, design, setup documents, present to camera, use inclusive language, remediate video, write audio description and alt text, even how to tag a PDF document, we are breaking down barriers to learning.

How can I learn more?

Get in contact with us. We have a series of online training we can do with you and your team and are always building out more on demand training covering topics that will support educators improve learning outcomes for their students.

We currently offer these courses:

  • Creating Accessible Documents: Word and PDF
  • Advanced Creating Accessible Documents: Microsoft Office
  • Advanced Creating Accessible Documents: Adobe PDF

Currently producing on demand courses covering these topics for educators:

  • How to write audio descriptions
  • How to write alternate text
  • How to set up lessons for a neurodiverse audience
  • What is neurodiversity and how to manage in a classroom
  • Braille Music - how to teach

Our track record

Before we began providing training, this business started off specializing in document accessibility. At the time we were called TaggedPDF in Australia and while we have clients who still know us by this name, our products have expanded.

TaggedPDF was established in 2010 to help Australian government organisations and businesses to meet their newly mandated accessibility requirements and transition towards WCAG 2.0 AA compliance under the National Transition Strategy (NTS) towards December 2014 and beyond, and then with the Digital Service Standard (DSS) from 2015 onwards.

Through our partnership with Vision Australia, we began facilitating their Creating Accessible Documents training in 2018 both in-person and as an online course. We also developed a number of courses for designers on how to produce accessible designs and branding. 

In the education space, we have helped guide accessible and inclusive education practices and guided educators on how to avoid inaccessible pitfalls in their lesson planning and delivery.

It's not just us

We want you to be a part of our journey, and we can’t make a difference without you.
Any questions you have or projects you want to work on together, don’t hesitate to contact us.