In this Web Accessibility, "A11Y", course, students will learn how and why to create websites that meet the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and the U.S. government's Section 508 standards for website accessibility. This class targets web designers and developers, i.e., the people who will be responsible for creating the accessible pages. Students attending this class will benefit by have prior knowledge of web design, HTML, and CSS. This course addresses the new federal web accessibility requirements, "508 Refresh," that will be in effect starting in January 2018, as well as the existing requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
For private classes, we will work with you to determine your training needs to create a custom class. Your website's technology and database, compliance concerns, and student skill level will all be taken into account to customize the best class for your team.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following would be useful for this Web Accessibility class:
No cancelation for low enrollment
GSA schedule pricing
Students who have taken Live Online Training
Organizations who trust Webucator for their training needs
Satisfaction guarantee and retake option
Students rated our Web Accessibility: WCAG and Section 508 Training trainers 9.44 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
If you want to understand the issues surrounding web content accessibility, this is the course. Great instructor and great resources.
Andrew Godfrey, Hampton Bays Union Free School District
Hampton Bays NY
Excellent class, very instructive. Definitely will return for future needs.
Joseph Fajardo, BULLET
Abdul Salam, U S Bankruptcy Court
This class was very informative, and has helped fill in the gaps that I have had about ASP. I cannot wait to take another class. The instructor was very knowledgeable on the topic and offered helpful suggestions that may not have been in the book.
Samantha Denys, Sommers Schwartz, P.C.