TAPA members will receive a 25% discount on all 16 workshops and webinars hosted by Accessibility Ontario's highly skilled accessibility experts. Accessibility Ontario provides workshops on a number of topics:
- AODA Train-the-Trainer
- Overview to Document Accessibility
- How to Create Accessible Word and PDF Documents
- Accessibility Compliance 101
- Workplace Mental Health
- How to Create Accessible InDesign and PDF
- Introduction to Website Accessibility
- Strategies for Web Accessibility (3 hours)
- Understanding Mobile Accessibility
- Evaluating Your Website’s Accessibility
- How to Create and Maintain an Accessible Website
- How to Make Your Videos Accessible: Captioning Best Practices
- Accessible Graphic Design
- Accessible Excel and PowerPoint
- Mobile Accessibility
- Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace
The TAPA Trade Series features ongoing professional development sessions and networking opportunities encompassing a broad range of topics that have been created specifically for TAPA members.
Accessibility Ontario is an education and training company that helps organizations of all types to meet, and exceed, their provincial accessibility compliance requirements. Accessibility Ontario offers AODA online training, website accessibility audits, document remediation, and training on how to make accessible documents, websites, and mobile apps. Accessibility Ontario has worked with the Government of Ontario to lead eight provincial EnAbling Change Partnership (ECP) projects, over the last 10 years, and is Ontario's Accessibility Expert.
"TAPA members have been regular participants in our workshops and webinars for several years now,” says Constance Exley, Accessibility Ontario’s Founder and CEO. “We are delighted to formalize a partnership and offer TAPA members a standing discount of 25% off all our workshops and webinars."
As of March 1, TAPA members simply enter the discount code on the checkout page to automatically receive a 25% discount. Sign up today to receive updates on new workshops/webinars and changes to the AODA.