Digital Accessibility Testing

Course Description

Only 10-12 Students per batch. Personalized attention given to each Student to ensure that your Learning objectives are achieved. Click on the “Register Now!” button to book your spot.

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Course Content

  1. Learners prepare a notice or write a message in English
  2. Learners can write a short composition based on sensory inputs (sound, smell, taste, touch, sight)
  3. Learners take part in group activities, role play and games while speaking in English
  4. Learners confidently carry out the following conversations (Time based conversations, reacting to good and bad news, Attracting attention, Expressing hesitation, etc.)
  5. Learners will be able to deal with the following situations: Developing independent living skills, Filling forms orally, Giving Medical Details, Responding to Accidents and Emergencies:
  6. And more…

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About the course

Desirable Skills prior to taking this course

  1. Skilled in computers and touch screen phones.
  2. Proficient using MS Office & screen readers like NVDA & JAWS.
  3. Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS is an added advantage
  4. Proficient in using touch screen phones with TalkBack/Voiceover.

Learning Outcomes/ Objectives from this course

  • To acquire a depth of skills in accessibility testing, thus creating a pathway for a course completion certificate from Deque University and securing job opportunities in the space of accessibility testing.
  • Introduce Digital Accessibility Testing concepts as in the DequeUniversity curriculum of Web Accessibility. 2.1 with live scenario practice sessions.

Skills you will develop on completion of course

Skills you will develop on completion of course

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Meet Your Trainers

D. Sara Khosla
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I am basically from Odisha. I born and brought up in Hyderabad and I did my entire education in Hyderabad itself and did my graduation in Mathematics, statistics and computer science .Since 2011 been associated with different development sectors contributing my service in various areas like Education, Health, Social security , Women Empowerment, Persons with disabilities empowerment.
Ashwin
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Ashwinis an IAAP (International association of accessibility professionals) and Section 508 Trusted Tester certified web accessibility specialist with many years of experience in digital accessibility space.
Bhargav V
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Bhargav Vaghasiya is the first visually impaired Computer science (Bachelor of computer application) graduate from Gujarat. He is currently working as software engineer at Bengaluru. Bhargav was one of the first students of Vision-Aid, who then went on to become a volunteer mentor to teach the python class
Justin
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Justin with post graduation in Economics is an experienced trainer in Spoken English and is passionate about teaching Spoken English. He engages students in the class very well. Students look upto him, enjoy his teaching and look forward to his classes.
Megha
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Megha is a post graduate and IT professional working in Accessibility Testing. She is Deque certified web accessibility specialist and Section 508 certificate holder.In Training assistant role for the Digital Accessibility Testing Training Program, of Vision Aid.
Pinky Gupta
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Pinky Gupta has done her graduation in BBA. She has completed technical courses in accessibility, Python, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. She is currently serving as an accessibility tester for Tech Systems, Bangalore.
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