The Idaho Digital Accessibility Consortium is proud to announce two free opportunities for State of Idaho employees (including Boise State staff and faculty) to attend highly-acclaimed WebAIM Virtual Training sessions.
WebAIM (Web Accessibility In Mind) has provided comprehensive accessibility services since 1999 and is internationally recognized as a leader in providing web accessibility expertise, leadership, and advocacy.
About the Training
This two-day interactive Zoom training will introduce participants to web accessibility principles and strategies for how to champion accessibility within an organization. Participants who wish to take a deeper dive into making documents or websites accessible can choose to attend advanced breakout sessions at the end of day two.
Thanks to our generous sponsors and stakeholders, you have two opportunities to attend this fantastic training! While each has been tailored slightly to meet the diverse needs of our stakeholders the foundations remain the same.
Register to save your seat today!
Session 1: July 14 and 15
Join us to celebrate 31 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act and gain strategies for increasing the accessibility of your digital resources and create a more accessible workplace too!
This training has been tailored for individuals and organizations seeking strategies for creating an accessible culture change.
Session 2: October 6 and 7
Join us to kick off Disability Awareness Month starting October 1 and gain a greater understanding of how web accessibility impacts non-profit organizations and cultivate strategies for providing greater access to products and services for those you serve.
This training is tailored toward non-profit organizations and their partners.