#2 – Becoming Involved in an Online Accessible Community

Accessibility Nottingham will continue its mission of promoting positive change to an online accessible world this month, with another upcoming event taking place at Rough Trade, Nottingham.

Monday, November 12, 2018 | 18:30 - 22:00

20-20a Westminster Buildings, Theatre Square, Nottingham, NG1 6LG


18:30 - 19:15

Introductory Meet and Mingle

The Accessibility Nottingham team welcomes all visitors. Attendees are encouraged to use this time to mingle with speakers and other attendees who have a shared passion for accessibility.

19:15 - 19:45

Zara Gemmell, Trailblazer for Accessibility Apprenticeships

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Zara discusses how she became a trailblazer for a new accessibility apprenticeship, Chaired by Global Head of Accessibility at Atos, along with other accessibility concerned businesses and organisations.

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19:45 - 20:15

Food Served

A chance for you to relax, enjoy some complimentary food and drink while you continue to mingle.

20:15 - 20:45

Richard Kish, How Broxtowe Borough Council Became Accredited by Shaw Trust

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As a member of Browxtowe’s Communication team, Richard gave us an insight into how they became accredited by Shaw Trust Accessibility Services, how they received help, and how they became more accessible during the process.

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20:45 - 21:15

Ben Leach, The Importance of Keeping Your Content Editors Trained

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Ben runs through why it’s important for content editors to consider accessibility when uploading and editing content on a website.

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21:15 - 22:00

Networking and Drinks

Visitors are welcomed to network with the Accessibility Nottingham team, and guests, and discuss more about the things that were mentioned in today’s event. Visitors are welcomed to stay for a drink.