The accessible Information Standard (AIS) is a law that makes sure people with a disability or sensory loss can understand information.
It is law that NHS and social care staff services comply with this law to put information into a format that is accessible to people with a disability or sensory loss.
This training provides the necessary information for NHS and social care staff to do this and provides information on how to do this.
This training can be tailored to others, e.g. businesses that want to make their information more accessible to disabled customers.
- Real examples of experiences that people with learning disabilities have faced when trying to access information.
- Why you should make your information more accessible
- What the law says and what policies have been put in place that organisations should follow
- What makes information more accessible?
- How to make reasonable adjustments
- A practical exercise with guidance to gain experience making your organisation’s information more accessible
Who this course is for?
NHS and social care staff. This training can also be tailored to others, e.g. businesses that want to make their information more accessible to disabled customers.