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Centre For Accessibility (CFA) Fremantle launch event open for registration

The Centre For Accessibility (CFA), an initiative created in partnership with DADAA, Media On Mars and myself, will be launched on 6 June 2018. Funded in part by the Disability Services, Department of Communities through an ILC grant, the purpose of the CFA is to create an industry and not-for-profit collaboration that will work to promote digital access.

My role in the CFA relates to the creation of a digital access training guide designed to deliver practical, up-to-date information as to how digital accessibility can best be incorporated into work practices for mainstream organisations. The free online resource will provide technical points and instructions for meeting WCAG Level AA compliance, as well as role-specific details for creating accessible documents.

CFA logo and tagline Accessibility is more than just compliance, it's about people

The project is hosted by DADAA and together with Media on Mars have developed a marketing campaign and website to host the digital content, ensuring the resource can be reached by mainstream organisations across Western Australia and the country. The project is also looking to identify ways that the CFA can support employment opportunities for people with disability.

The event will be held on Wednesday 6 June, 8.30 – 10.30am, with the Hon. Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for Disability Services and Environment, in attendance. If you would like to help us launch the Centre for Accessibility! you are welcome to register. The launch is a free, interactive event hosted at DADAA in Fremantle and will allow you to engage with accessibility experts, experience using assistive technologies and meet some of the people that benefit from accessible design. Places are limited and registrations are essential.

To register, e-mail Shannon.palmer@accessibility.org.au or head to Eventbrite.

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