Thinking Digitally – short courses

These stand-alone courses on our learning platform are fantastic resources for gaining a good understanding of some of the biggest accessibility issues in digital content, as well as how to easily avoid them!

The topics covered are:

  • Layout
  • Text format
  • Plain English
  • Colour and contrast
  • Mouse friendly navigation
  • Keyboard friendly navigation
  • Alt text
  • Complex images
  • Captions and transcripts
  • Forms

How is this studied?

There are a few options for studying these courses. You can choose to study them via our learning platform or contact to find out when our next tutor supported course will be running.

The tutor supported courses are remotely delivered. Each course is designed to take around 60 minutes, including Q&A, and there is scope for follow up questions to be answered via email after the session.

Before your course starts, you will be emailed with a welcome pack containing the link to the virtual meeting and instructions for anything that you may need to get ready before the session starts.

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Are you interested in finding out more about our Thinking Digitally short courses? 

Please email and reference ‘Thinking Digitally short courses’ in the subject line. Give us your contact details and we will be touch. Thank you.