Interested in Disability Awareness Training?

There are lots of face to face training opportunities across Australia for disability awareness and access training for people working in Australia’s arts and cultural sector.

The new Arts Access Online can be used to support face-to-face training or on its own for people living in regional areas or organisations with a high turnover of staff.

The course is suitable for people working in all areas of arts and culture: from volunteers and front-of-house staff to senior executives and board members.

 

Arts Access Online Training

Interactive and engaging, the learning materials can help give you and your team the confidence to make a positive difference.

Contact us at Arts Access Australia for a full breakdown of what training and services are currently available, nationally and in your state. If you do face to face training with your state arts and disability organisation you may be able to get access to our E-Learning free of charge! (There are current partnership agreements in place with the following states for this great offer SA, WA, VIC , NSW and NT).

We will connect you with your local state arts and disability representative to commence registration and for you to be able to explore this fabulous offer. 

For those interested in the E-Learning as a stand alone product, please fill out the Registration Form: 

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A computer screen shot of the Arts Access Online Training Introduction Page. A bad to good semi-circle wheel show's the options Bad, Aargh!, erm, Not sure, OK, Nice, Wow and Good! Underneath the text reads "This module will give you an introduction to disability access issues in the arts." 

More About Arts Access Online

Arts Access Online is a unique e-learning course in disability awareness and access for people working in Australia’s arts and cultural sector. Visit our online learning portal here.

 

The Training Modules

Over three hours of learning materials have been broken up into three modules:

  1. Disability awareness training
  2. Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing awareness training
  3. Blind, partially sighted and vision impairment training

 

Key features:

  • Learners can work through the course at their own pace
  • Practical advice and information that caters for a range of learning styles
  • Real-life case studies that bring users
  • face to face with a range of people with disability who work in or enjoy the arts
  • Knowledge checks that confirm understanding and help improve confidence
  • Access to an expandable bank of resources to help support learning and take it further

 

The benefits:

  • Arts Access Online can be used to support face-to-face training or on its own for people living in regional areas or organisations with a high turnover of staff
  • The course is suitable for people working in all areas of arts and culture: from volunteers and front-of-house staff to senior executives and board members
  • Learners can log onto the course at any time and from anywhere
  • Managers can track the progress of their teams
  • Everyone gets a consistent learning experience that is highly cost effective
  • The materials are unique and have been designed specifically for the Australian arts and cultural sector, based on a similar resource produced by StageText and VocalEyes as part of the See a Voice project in the United Kingdom
  • Interactive and engaging, the learning materials can help give you and your team the confidence to make a positive difference

 

The Cost

The Arts Access Online course is available at a range of prices.

 

FREE: For participants of face-to-face training offered by our partners

 

Members (Individuals)

$60 + GST (concession)

$80 + GST

 

Members (Organisations)

$80 + GST

$1,750 + GST (for 50 registrations, $35pp)

$3,000 + GST (for 100 registrations, $30pp)

 

Non-members (Individuals)

$90 + GST (concession)

$110 + GST

 

Non-members (Organisations)

$110 + GST

$2,500 + GST (for 50 registrations, $50pp)

$4,500 + GST (for 100 registrations, $45pp)

 

Registration fees are active for one year.

 

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