“We are committed to improving access to our sites for everybody within the resources available to us. What benefits a disabled person will also really help older people and families with young children. We also aim to give really useful advance information so that as many people as possible can plan a visit that suits them and enjoy these wonderful places.”English HeritageAccess Audit Client
- “We were presented with a lot of information, but the course was well structured and that helped us understand everything. It also made a complicated subject accessible and interesting.” Delegate at Access Audit course.
“An enjoyable and challenging two days of intensive learning. The key subject matter broken down into manageable learning modules with the core covered comprehensively, but with peripheral areas detailed and additional reference given for further reading and study. “Highly recommended to any who need to understand, interpret or apply the principles of "accessibility" in their daily work routine! Delivered by a highly organised professional, master of his subject.”Salvation ArmyDelegate at Access Auditing Course
- “This was a really comprehensive, thorough course which was a logical progression from our previous course. We now have to apply this and put it into practice.” Delegate at Access Audit course.
- ....having first reviewed your website which was clear and comprehensive I made contact. Your response time was swift and a competitive tender was received. Space Planning Officer
“Hopefully our members will appreciate that providing the right sort of facilities for disabled people is something which will help them to promote their business in a positive way.”Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitality AssociationAfter a briefing to members by About Access
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