Full training (in 2 parts – elementary and advanced) for people wanting to gain accreditation in accessibility auditing of desktop and mobile websites. Provides understanding of all WCAG 2.1 AA success criteria, how to test sites against them efficiently, and how to document findings clearly in audit reports.
Auditing is essential for assessing where a website or application passes or fails the WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility guidelines. Learning to audit website against WCAG success criteria effectively takes skills and practice. Our audit courses provide deep understanding, and a thorough but efficient process for accessibility testing.
There are two blocks of 4 half-day sessions – Elementary and Advanced – with a gap in-between for trainees to practice what they’ve learnt before taking it up a level:
- Elementary: The Elementary course explains the basics of auditing: scoping an audit, how to test each success criterion on desktop using a core set of testing tools including the NVDA screen reader, and how to score and grade accessibility issues found. We use real-world exercises throughout to assess your knowledge and progress.
- Advanced: The Advanced course goes into more depth on each success criterion, including testing them on iOS and Android, and how to work out and document the simplest way for someone to fix issues. This course also includes an accredited accessibility audit exam for both desktop and mobile, to prove delegates growth in professional capability.
This workshop is only available bespoke. Please contact us to ask any questions.