Access auditing and the Equality Act: Two day course
Holyer House, 20-21 Red Lion Court, London, EC4A 3EB; 1 January 1970 – 1 January 1970
This course is aimed at anyone interested in taking their access knowledge to a higher level. It is ideal for anyone considering NRAC accreditation, or looking to upskill to undertake workplace assessments.
About the course
This is CAE’s most popular course. It is aimed at anyone seeking to gain an understanding of the practicalities of access improvements in light of the Equality Act. Delegates will develop access auditing skills as well as an appreciation of the practicalities of implementing access into building management practices.
This popular long running two day programme covers the following areas:
- Access awareness
- The Equality Act 2010, other legislation and design standards
- Principles of inclusive design, design guidance and access strategies are brought to life by our experienced trainers.
- Appraisal and auditing methodologies are explored, formats for reports and making priorities and recommendations.
Participants have the opportunity to experience undertaking access design appraisals and access audits in supervised exercises.
This course is running on the following dates:
- 22nd – 23rd November 2017 – Fully Booked
- 7th – 8th February 2018
- 25th – 26th April 2018
- 20th – 21st June 2018
- 26th – 27th September 2018
- 21st – 22nd November 2018
Participants are asked to arrive at Holyer House at 9:20 am for a 9:30 start, and the course will conclude by 5:00 pm on both days.
When completing the booking form for this course, you can select the date you wish to attend.
The course fee is £600 plus VAT
How to book a place
To book your place on this course, please complete the booking form below.
Please complete a booking form for each participant.
Payment must be received 14 days before the start of the course. You can pay for the course via our online shop or you can be invoiced and pay by BACS. Please ensure you include a reference on all payments made for training courses. Your reference should start with CAE followed by your surname, e.g. ‘CAEsmith’.
Need more information?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions or require more information about this course.
The Centre for Accessible Environments reserves the right to change, postpone or cancel any event with reasonable notice. Please do not confirm or finalise any travel arrangements or accommodation bookings until you have been given confirmation by the CAE that the course will go ahead as planned.
In case of force majeure, CAE have the right to alter or cancel the event without prior notice, however a notice of the occurrence shall be given by CAE as soon as reasonably possible.