About Access provides training in different ways, from an informal meeting with members of a trade association or professional body, to specific issues around disability or the built environment. It might be delivered to a range of businesses off-site, generating valuable interaction and enabling them to learn from each other’s experience, or it might be in-house, direct to clients at their own premises.
We offer audit training, disability awareness training, user needs, disability provisions within the Equality Act. It can be prompted by fresh guidance on disability issues, new premises, changed layout of premises, new staff. It is relevant to staff at all levels from senior management to shop-floor and customer-facing staff.
Our Access Audit training is a two-day course that deals with user needs. We ask: What is an access audit? We look at the legislation that an Access Audit is designed to address, and we study practical examples of good and poor practice from the built environment.
Access Audit training is generally delivered at a client’s premises as an in-house course, but it can also be done as an open course.
Delegates can draw on their own experiences and we will help them to learn from each other. It’s particularly useful for surveyors who want to work on access, and it has also proved valuable for health and safety professionals.
To discuss your requirements please contact us on 01482 651101 or by email at email@example.com
Consultants are members of the National Register of Access Consultants (NRAC)
Member since 2003