Bespoke training that you can tailor to include all the relevant elements for your organisation.
I can put together sessions to suit your time and budget based on anything from the comprehensive: a&im 1: Accessibility in Mind workshop in awareness, inclusivity and everyday access solutions, or the a&im 2: Assisted Performances and Accessible events workshop, which covers all aspects of the set-up and successful delivery of accessible events, or the a&im 3: Customer Service and Everyday Access workshop, a shorter session tailored towards customer-facing staff.
Or cherry-pick from all three!
COVID-19 update: Although face-to-face training isn’t possible at the moment, I can still reach everyone who is currently working from home by using the Zoom platform!
We’re not going to let a little thing like social distancing get in the way of improving our Accessibility – not least because some disabled people have to deal with a form of social distancing and isolation in everyday life, whether they want to or not.
Now this is the time and opportunity to do something about that!
Please do send me an email, or give me a call if you’d like to know more about my online training options.
As well as the training I am also a qualified Audio Describer for live theatre and events. I can provide freelance Access Officer support too.
Follow the links below for information about each option:
Find out more about a&im 1: Accessibility in Mind – available online and in 6 bitesize sessions!
Find out more about a&im 2: Assisted Performances and Accessible events – available online!
Find out more about a&im 3: Customer Service and Everyday Access for visitor-facing teams – available online!
Find out more about the Audio Description AD+ services
Find out more about freelance Access Officer support – available online!
Please contact me to discuss pricing and online options. Discounts for smaller venues or community groups are available. I will always work with you to accommodate your budget.
“Since attending the session with my colleague we have found that our awareness has raised and that we have begun to do an audit of all of our access provisions and plan for how we will best grow and improve them. Separate to this we have delivered our first ever Relaxed Performance in the main house (which was awesome!) and our Marketing team are working on a new strategy to engage assisted performance audiences and make our access content on our new website as rich and accessible as possible.”
Liz Hebden, Front of House Manager, Bristol Old Vic