In this course, you will learn about Activating Change's National Sign Language Interpreter Service. During this course, you will learn about what to expect during this project, confidentiality, how to make a request, building capacity and getting support, best practices and working with sign language interpreters.
In this course, you will learn how to support presenters and faculty so they can actively support an accessible learning environment. You will learn how to expand your current contract template to include expectations regarding accessibility, include key information and guidelines on accessibility to include in your presenter/faculty orientations, and provide additional tailored support to presenters before and during an event.
In this course you will learn about key ingredients to include in policies and procedures to account for survivor safety and accessibility. You will also learn some of the key policies and procedures that should be in place within victim services programs and disability programs to ensure safety and accessibility.
In this course, you will learn the importance of conducting regular safety and accessibility reviews within victim service programs and disability programs. You will learn how to choose the right tool for your program and how to build your team's capacity to conduct reviews.
In this course, you will learn how to make your intake materials, outreach materials, and other program materials accessible to survivors with disabilities. You will learn the importance of font choice, color contrast, and plain language. Additionally, we will review how to build electronic materials accessibly.
This course will help you design event registrations so you can collect the information you need to meet the access needs of your event's participants. Through this course, you will learn how to select an accessible survey and forms platform to use for registration, the questions to ask to understand the access needs of participants, how and when to ask those questions, and what to do with the information you gather.
This course is designed to provide you with the skills needed to develop accessible materials, including selecting the right font, ensuring an appropriate color contrast, and constructing a reading order that is accessible. It will also cover how to use the built-in access features of software such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
This course will help you ensure your virtual engagements (virtual conferences, webinars, and online courses) are accessible. You will learn how to select an accessible video-conferencingplatform or learning management system, how to integrate accessfeatures into online training, and how to structure and staff onlinetrainings to best support access.
This course is designed to help you select an accessible city and venue, design an accessible meeting room set up for the size and purpose of your event, and leverage signage and wayfinding to help attendees navigate your meeting space with the greatest ease.