After many years advocating for digital inclusion along with auditing and remediating web and digital content so that it is accessible to people with disability, Media Access Australia is widening our scope of work.
What’s it like to study one of the world’s best online web accessibility courses? Jessica Budd is a digital accessibility analyst with Media Access Australia and recently studied the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility (PCWA) to further hone her skills. She shares her experience in taking the course and graduating with new-found knowledge.
The Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility course (PCWA) is jointly run by the University of South Australia and Media Access Australia. It teaches students internationally acknowledged guidelines in best practice web and digital accessibility, along with imparting the skills to create, audit and implement online accessibility across websites, apps and digital communications, so that people with permanent and temporary disability are not excluded.
When does an online accessibility course keep delivering the latest information to students long after you’ve graduated? When it’s the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility (PCWA). Senior course lecturer and world renowned digital access expert, Dr Scott Hollier, shares the various facets that make this university-backed six-week online course unique, in a fascinating podcast and article.
Listen to a recent interview where Dr Scott Hollier talks with Media Access Australia’s Philip Jenkinson about what the PCWA course covers along with the benefits of studying it.