Training: Managing accessibility and inclusive service provision in the third sector

Training session for community groups and charities across London 

Half day training


This training session aims to provides advice and considerations on making your premises more accessible and your services more inclusive for everyone, including disabled and older people.

Course dates

Wednesday 25 March

Due to the current situation regarding the Coronavirus, we have made the decision to postpone this training session until further notice. We will update this page as soon as a new date has been set, please be sure to visit back. Alternatively, please email to register your interest for our next session.


The course fee is free to attend

About the course

The content is delivered by the Access Advisor from the Access and Sustainability Advisory Service (ASAS) which is based at the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE).

This short course is for people who influence the management of third sector organisation buildings and/or services based in London. Eligible participants (please see below) are welcome from a wide range of service types from theatres to places of worship, museums, community centres, heritage buildings and sports facilities. There will be an opportunity to network and share ideas on improving access and the visitor experience across charity organisations.

The course will cover the following topics:

  • Legislation & accessibility
  • Design standards & user needs
  • Support, funding & resources

Following this session there will be an opportunity for delegates from registered charities to discuss their intent or current application for the City Bridge Trust grant applications. Please email if you are interested in confirming some time after the session to do this. 

Who is eligible to apply

People who are involved in the management of community or charity buildings and/or services based in London.

Participants do not have to be City Bridge Trust grant recipients or applicants.

Apply now 


Need more information?

Please email Natasha via 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.