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Accessible Web Design in Practice: a Two Day Training Programme for Web Designers and Website Managers

This course is aimed at web designers with an interest in accessible website design. It assumes that participants have a basic knowledge of HTML. It is a two day course and is designed to allow some flexibility so that it can be tailored to the needs of participants depending on their interests and priorities.

Day 1: Learning the basic ideas - and developing the right 'mindset''.

Day 2: Accessible Web design in practice. The course content will be tailored to the needs of the group.

A range of course materials have been developed to complement this course and will be available online

Cost is 475 per person.

Date: from 27 May, 2003 to 28 May, 2003
Venue: Capita Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland
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