New! Access and way-finding in the pedestrian environment course

Published: 2 May 2019

The access experts at the Centre for Accessible environments are offering a new public course on Tuesday 3 September.

Our access and wayfinding in the pedestrian environment course will help participants to recognise the key factors required to design accessible pedestrian environments and understand requirements relating to navigation, orientation and way‑finding to enhance the accessibility of buildings and external environments.

Who attends?

Anyone interested in creating accessible external environments will find this course useful. We recommend this course for access consultants, architects, planners, urban designers and highways officers.

How to book a place

Please complete a booking form to register your interest. When completing the booking form for this course, you can select the date you wish to attend.

CAE Training Booking Form


The course fee is £350 plus VAT

Need more information?

Please contact us if you have any additional questions or require more information about this course.