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Video/teleconference delivery.

This course is ideal for people who have responsibility for auditing, reviewing, planning, designing, managing or maintaining buildings, as well as those who are required to provide advice to others regarding access issues in the built environment.

The key elements of access to buildings, including relevant legislation and Disability (Access to Premises – Buildings) Standards 2010 are incorporated. The principles of Universal Design are also explored. Using a wide variety of learning techniques including, discussion, photos, case studies and videos, as well as in class exercises, students learn how to undertake a comprehensive access audit of a building and write an effective, easy to read audit report.

The nationally recognised course provides participants with a practical framework and tools for undertaking an access audit of a building

  • Understand Access legislation relating to the built environment
  • Understand the principles of Universal Design
  • Understand the differences between these
  • Learn how to undertake an access audit of a building to meet both minimum compliance requirements and improved outcomes
  • Learn how to use a comprehensive access audit checklist, report template and prepare an access audit report.

2 days face to face training session (delivered via video/teleconference) plus 2 months to complete all assignment material. Course fees are exempt from GST.


Dates and Times:

  • Video/teleconference: 6 & 10 August 2021, 10.00am -4.30pm, Melbourne Time

Purchase Course

19 available
CB August$1,300.006 & 10 Aug 2021 (10.00am - 4.30pm)

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‘The course has been interesting, challenging, rewarding and very professionally and expertly delivered. I look forward to utilising the skills I have developed to enhance my current role and to enhance access, inclusion and equity for all now and into the future.’ — Leanne Wishart, Wellington Shire Council