What is the Access and Inclusive Design Training Course?
The Access and Inclusive Design course covers the main aspects of accessible buildings and spaces, the significance of designing for accessibility, the relevant legislation that is considered with accessibility, the various sections of the building which are assessed during an access audit and the instruments and techniques required to produce an accurate and detailed Access Audit Report.
Although the aforementioned modules have been included in almost all the training sessions we have delivered, the contents are bespoke and do vary dependent on the requirements of our client, as well the sectors they operate within.
How long is the training and where does it take place?
Our Access and Inclusive Design Training is a one-day Course which provides a basic understanding on what an Access Audit is, what legislation the Access Audit is addressing, the disabilities and protected characteristics considered when assessing buildings for accessibility and examples and comparison of poor and best practice within the industry. The training is generally offered as an 'in house' course at the client's premises.
Who is this course designed for?
Typically, delegates who attend this course are Surveyors, Project Managers, Health & Safety Officers, Programme Managers, Architects, Engineers, Access Officers and Building Managers, however the course is open to all public and private sector individuals who have involvement in the built environment.