About CAE training
Training is central to CAE’s mission to share knowledge and expertise about access in the built environment. We have been the leading training provider in the access field for over 30 years and were the first organisation to offer training for access auditors and consultants. Many industry leaders have received their training from CAE and have gone on to successful careers as access consultants.
Our longstanding two-day “Access Auditing and the Equality Act” programme runs frequently and is the foundation course for a career in access auditing and consultancy. A wide range of training courses and seminars are delivered by the in-house team as well as by a range of consultant specialists with different areas of expertise.
Two of our courses are licensed by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH): “Managing Accessibility and Reasonable Adjustments” and “Fire Safety and Disability”.
Our suite of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshops is continually refreshed, keeping access and built environment professionals updated with the latest research and design development.
All venues for scheduled courses and workshops are accessible for wheelchair users and have induction loops. CAE seeks to meet the access requirements of all delegates. On request we can provide, for example, interpreters, handouts in alternative formats, including large print and audio.
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We also deliver customised, in-house training to clients on any aspects of access and inclusion by design. Contact us with your requirements, and we will put together a bespoke training course for you.
“Very many thanks for what proved to be a highly thought provoking workshop, I feel that everyone who attended gained a considerable amount.”
Vicky Lucien, Facilities Manager, Dalkia acting for Metronet
“…a brilliant, practical, thorough and comprehensive training session – invaluable!”
Simone Plaut, Head of Health and Safety, Multiple Sclerosis Society
“Excellent training, I thoroughly recommend to others!”
Robin Holloway, Development Manager, University of the Arts London