We offer an range of training programmes.
Disability Access and Inclusion Plans
Disability Access and Inclusion Plans (DAIPs) build on where an organisation ‘is’ in terms of the equal involvement of disabled people in all aspects of the organisation. DAIPs build on what has already been done, examine the capacity to do more and then help an organisation to move forward and achieve staged plans.
Please register your interest.
Access2Arts will be in touch to discuss details.
Disability Equality Training
Disability Equality Training is about:
- Disabled people leading the training;
- The Social Model of Disability;
- Examining the barriers faced by disabled people in society;
- Questioning stereotypes, myths and misconceptions about disabled people;
- A commitment to change.
Please contact us for more details.
Audio Description Training
People who are blind or vision impaired should have equal access to Australia’s arts and cultural experiences. This is achieved through the provision of audio description.
Audio description captures the visual elements of theatre, visual arts or environments that a blind or vision impaired person might otherwise miss.
Audio description describes those visual elements using clear, vivid language allowing blind and vision impaired people access to performance, visual arts, architecture and more…
Are you interested in becoming an audio describer?
Is your organisation interested in training in house audio describers?
Access2Arts developed Australia’s first professional live audio description service and are the national provider of live professional audio description training.
Please contact us for more details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone Jody on 8463 1689 or 0421 333 245 or register your interest in audio describer training by submitting the form below.
Let's Talk About It.
Access2Arts will be in touch to discuss your needs