Usability Testing

25 Jun 2008 - 10:00

Our usability training has received great feedback from participants.

* The web accessibility training course lasts for one full day
* All participants must be confident with the fundamentals of HTML to take the course
* By the end of the training you'll have created an accessibility action plan for your website
* Courses usually have a maximum of 10 participants due to their interactive nature

We usually run our web accessibility training the day after our web usability training1 and the day before our Intermediate CSS training2 or advanced CSS training3 course, so you may wish to come on two or three courses. Book the same person on to two courses at the same time and get a 10% discount or book three courses and get a 20% discount! Our next course dates are:

During the one-day interactive course you will:

* Find out how to implement 'real-world' accessibility, beyond merely box-ticking
* Make accessible images, forms, tables and navigation
* Use screen reader and screen magnifier assistive technologies
* Learn the importance of accessible content and how to make it
* See how AJAX functionality can be made with accessibility in mind
* Discover how to thoroughly test a website for accessibility
* Utilise and learn how to understand the W3C WCAG guidelines
* Create an accessibility action plan for your website
* Be shown how to continue learning after the training is finished
* Understand the benefits of web accessibility and the legal requirements

You'll also receive a free 80-page colour handbook that contains all tutorials.

The web accessibility training is run by Webcredible's Head of Accessibility, Trenton Moss. Trenton is one of the most recognised names in accessibility and CSS and is a regular public speaker on accessibility. He's passionate about what he does and often writes research articles. His work has been published and endorsed on over 100 websites and in numerous offline magazines and newspapers.

* Wednesday 25th June 2008 (4 places available)
* Wednesday 23rd July 2008 (6 places available)
* Wednesday 3rd September 2008 (6 places available)
Happy Computers
40 Adler Street
E1 1EE
United Kingdom of Great Britain & N. Ireland