Access London: fully funded access training for disabled Londoners

Published: 7 May 2021

A lady in a wheelchair walking down a corridor with another ladyAt CAE we believe it’s fundamental that disabled voices are present in decision-making about the environment and that’s why we’re proud to announce our brand new project, Access London.

Funded by City Bridge Trust – who are committed to supporting the wellbeing of individuals and communities in London – Access London will upskill disabled adults living or working in London for FREE.

As the ‘new normal’ is being shaped, those designing our rapidly changing streetscapes need to commit to making these shared spaces a world-class example of equity, community and harmony for everyone, including disabled people.

If you’re disabled, living or working in London and are interested in learning more about creating inclusive environments so you can have your say on how our cities take shape, Access London is for you.

Our courses include training on the principles of inclusive design, access auditing, wayfinding in the pedestrian environment and accessible housing.

To apply for an Access London funded place on one of our courses, please complete the short online application form.

Email training@cae.org.uk if you have any questions about the project.