*Includes a 30 minute consultation with the instructor after training to answer further questions or help with a project.
Accessible e-learning is not only important to government agencies. It is becoming a vital aspect of a well-rounded diversity strategy for corporations and education institutions. In addition to Section 508 compliance as mandated by the US government, this class also covers the WCAG standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally. In this class, you will learn about the standards, how they relate to each other, and they relate to your accessibility strategy. You will also leverage the Lectora features and development best practices to design, develop, and test your e-learning courses for compliance. The goal is to produce accessible courses that are robust, interactive and media-rich.
This is an official Trivantis training class. Class manual provided upon arrival. Certificate provided for those who complete the class.
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