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Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification Training


This comprehensive course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to support people with disabilities in the built environment. With a focus on compliance with legal requirements and promoting safe and inclusive workspaces, participants will gain valuable insights into implementing universal design principles to create environments that are accessible to all.

Throughout this course, participants will explore the various challenges faced by individuals with disabilities in navigating and engaging with the built environment. They will learn about relevant legislation and regulations, including disability rights acts and accessibility standards, to ensure their projects and workplaces meet legal requirements. 

Participants will also delve into the concept of universal design, which emphasizes creating environments that are accessible, usable, and inclusive for individuals with diverse abilities. They will explore practical strategies for implementing universal design principles in architectural and interior design projects, as well as workplace settings.

Upcoming Offerings:

Winter/Spring Session

Mondays and Wednesdays starting February 12th from 6 - 9 pm until March 20th, 2024