The Importance of Creating Accessible Content for Learning & Development

With both private and public sector organisations increasingly prioritising accessibility, an understanding of the legislation and adherence to recommended guidelines is a necessity. This applies to Learning and Development teams as they look to adjust and develop their digital learning content to ensure inclusivity. This virtual event, designed specifically for L&D professionals, on Tuesday 14th May at 3pm (BST) / 10am (EDT), will be in the form of a panel discussion, comprised of industry experts from the UK and North America – author/speaker Susi Miller from eLaHub, L&D veteran Dan Richards, from Interactive Advantage, and lead accessibility author Emma Hewlett from Larmer Brown. The panel discussion will be facilitated by Kyle Bird from dominKnow Learning Systems. The panel will be discussing key legislation and what it means for L&D as well as offering guidance on how accessibility fits into the content planning and development process. There will also be plenty of opportunity for live Q&A. The panel will discuss: • Legislation relating to UK and North America • The landscape of litigation gaining attention • Roles and responsibilities within an organisation • When accessibility fits into the content development workflow • The most common mistakes and how to avoid them • Key takeaways to support the L&D team Whether you’re new to accessibility or looking to deepen your understanding, this webinar will provide valuable insights and practical guidance.