How is training made accessible to participants?

By Observership
Posted on 16 Apr 2024
  • All the Program’s training facilitators are briefed prior to training sessions and have completed Disability Confidence training.
  • Training includes captions and other adjustments as and when required.
  • Accessible documentation is available prior to the training event.
  • Accessible chat transcripts and training transcripts are provided after each online training event.
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The Observership Program is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disability. We will continue to work to improve the user experience for everyone and increase the accessibility of our Program using the relevant accessibility standards. Should you experience any issues with the website please let us know via email or phone below.
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