On sale in March: 30% off accessibility courses for content creators and writers

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG v2.2) is the standard used by governments to check whether their websites, documents, audio and video files comply with laws about accessibility, equal opportunities, and human rights.

All local or national government writers and content creators need to know how to produce WCAG-compliant content.

These WCAG 2.2 accessibility courses are for you if you produce digital content, documents, audio, video, or forms that are for citizens.

You will learn:

  1. the key WCAG 2.2 skills that content writers and creators need to know
  2. how to create accessible documents and PDFs
  3. how to make accessible video files, audio files, and live media at public events
  4. how to avoid common traps that undo accessibility.