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This session provides participants with an introductory understanding of the wide range of disability access considerations that must be addressed in buildings. (non-residential)
This includes:

  • An overview of relevant access legislation and Australian Standards
  • Practical perspectives relating to access barriers and solutions
  • Benefits of good access in future proofing buildings.

The session highlights the wide range of challenges that are experienced by people with various access issues in utilising buildings. These include mobility, vision, hearing, intellectual and cognitive issues.
It provides a practical framework for understanding relevant legislation including the Disability Discrimination Act 1992, the Disability (Access to Premises – Buildings) Standards 2010. The seminar identifies the key access elements to consider in buildings. CPD certificates are provided.

Locations and Dates:
  • Launceston: 13 November 2018 1pm – 3pm, 29 Cameron Street

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‘This is some of the best training I have ever done in accessibility. It not only makes you very aware but also gives you all the tools and qualification to conduct a full access audit. It has allowed myself and others in our team to provide qualified audits and advice on accessibility issues on campus.’ — Julie Harrison, Manager Access and Inclusion Division of Student Life, The Australian National University