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Making psychology accessible on the web

The aim of this session is to introduce psychologists (and others) to important concepts around accessibility on the web, given that psychologists are creating more web content than ever before. This has particularly been the case since the start of covid restrictions in March 2020.

This is important for Psychology Services as:

People may not have a choice when using a public sector website or mobile app, so it’s important they work for everyone. The people who need them the most are often the people who find them hardest to use. 

(, 2018, Understanding accessibility requirements)

Who is this session for?

This webinar is for anyone creating content for the web. For example,

  • Anyone creating something that others will see on a screen
  • Anyone creating content in visual, audio or video formats
  • Psychologists, assistant psychologists or administrative support staff who create or put content on the web
  • Those working in psychology services where resources are being created for clients and then shared online
  • Those writing articles or posts designed to support others
  • Those who use social media in any professional capacity

Intended learning outcomes

By the end of this webinar you will be able to

  • Understand what accessibility is and why it is important
  • Recognise the ethical and legal imperative for accessible digital content
  • Begin to critically assess the accessibility of your own content
  • Create more accessible content
  • Know where to go to find more help and advice

Delivery options

This workshop can be delivered as:

  • Half day in person workshop
  • Two hour virtual webinar

Book this training

Drop us a line and we’ll be in touch to arrange a call to begin understanding your specific needs.

Any prices discussed for the delivery of training do not include return travel and, where necessary, overnight accommodation, which will be negotiated in advance of any work agreed.