Get qualified in web accessibility

Disability, impairment or functional limitation is experienced by a much higher percentage of the population than is commonly known. Australia’s only university-accredited online access course aims to train more web accessibility experts to make websites, online communications, and digital media more inclusive and accessible to more people in Australia and round the world.

 

Accessibility symbol and wording on a keyboard button
Accessibility symbol and wording on a keyboard button

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Inaccessible websites force many to ‘click away’

New research indicates that UK businesses are losing out on huge sums of money – potentially totalling billions of pounds – by failing to make their websites accessible to users with access needs.

A British pound symbol inside a red slashed circle
A British pound symbol inside a red slashed circle

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There’s never been a more pressing time to get accessible

Website accessibility is on the rise, but there is still a long way to go. Accessibility involves creating and structuring website content so that it can be effectively navigated, read or experienced by users regardless of a person’s disability, which can be visual, auditory, physical, speech-related, cognitive or neurological.

A red keyboard button with visual of keys on it and the word ‘Access’
A red keyboard button with visual of keys and the word ‘Access’

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