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On this page, you will find a curated collection of additional reading materials and external sources to dive deeper into the topics we've covered. Enhance your understanding and continue your journey of discovery with these handpicked recommendations.

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Writing an Accessibility Statement | The Centre for Excellence in Universal Design

AHEAD's e-Learning Hub

Here you will find all of AHEAD's eLearning, such as:

  • our self-paced, freely available ARK Courses,
  • courses for our WAM Employers,
  • AHEAD Start, our instructor-led course about supporting students with disabilities in further and higher education.

ASPIRE Education Model Statement

Accessibility Statements are a vital part of supporting users and meeting requirements for the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations 2018. All Able has been working with textBOX and Alistair McNaught Consulting Ltd to launch the ASPIREeducation grading.

This is an exemplar of language, tone and purpose not an exemplar of an Irish accessibility statement. 

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The Purpose of Accessibility Statements

On this page, we will explore the purpose and significance of accessibility statements, and why they are crucial for creating an inclusive digital environment. By understanding the importance of accessibility and the benefits it brings to all users, you will gain valuable insights into the value of implementing and maintaining comprehensive accessibility statements.

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How to use this kit

This toolkit provides guidance on creating and publishing accessibility statements in higher/further education. It emphasizes the importance of commitment to accessibility, conducting audits, implementing policies and procedures, considering all platforms, monitoring and implementing feedback, and engaging in an ongoing review process.

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Our Templates Explained

Welcome to our webpage! In this section, you will learn about the essential components of an accessibility statement and how to follow a FACTS based approach. By following these guidelines, we are committed to ensuring equitable access for all users.

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Downloadable Templates

Here, you will find sample accessibility statements that you can download. These templates are designed for two different purposes: one for modules and courses, and another for websites. Whether you are creating an accessibility statement for your learning environment or your website, these templates provide a helpful starting point.

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