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This seminar provides participants with an introductory understanding of the wide range of disability access and universal design considerations that must be addressed in Facility Management.
This includes:

  • An introduction to the principles of universal design
  • An overview of relevant access legislation and Australian Standards
  • The differences between universal design and access
  • Practical perspectives relating to access barriers and solutions
  • Access Checklist for Facility Managers.

The seminar highlights the wide range of challenges that are experienced by people with various access issues in utilising buildings and facilities. This includes mobility, vision, hearing, intellectual and cognitive issues.

The seminar importantly provides a practical framework for understanding the principles of Universal Design as well as 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 and facilities. CPD certificates are provided. 2 hour seminar.

Locations and Dates:
  • Sydney: 7 March 2018 (2pm – 4pm)
  • Melbourne: 14 March 2018 (10am – 12pm)
  • Cairns: 30 May 2018 (10am – 12pm)
  • Perth: 23 Oct 2018 (10am – 12pm)

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Perth FM$220.0023 Oct 2018 (10am - 12pm)

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Cairns FM$220.0030 May 2018 (10am - 12pm)

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Sydney FM1$220.009 Oct 2018 (1pm - 3pm)

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Melbourne FM1$220.0016 Aug 2018 (10am - 12pm)

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Melbourne FM$220.0014 Mar 2018 (10am - 12pm)

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Sydney FM$220.007 Mar 2018 (2pm - 4pm)

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‘The course notes alone provide the value, let alone an insight into best practice.’ — Gary Finn, Sydney Access Consultants