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creating accessible e-learning masterclass

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Creating accessible e-learning masterclass [Code: 2DCAEMC]


Who is the course suitable for?

Primary teachers (ages 7-11) and secondary teachers (and teaching assistants), NQTs, and those with responsibility for special educational needs (SEN) or those with an interest in moving into SEN.


About the course:

This course builds on the course 'Creating accessible resources boot camp' (code: 1DCARBC) but can be taken as a stand-alone course.


This course demonstrates how a teacher can create more accessible e-learning which can be used with a diverse range of mobile technologies (tablets and smartphones: iOS, Android and Windows), laptops and desktops. The accessible e-learning produced can also be used in virtual learning environments (SCORM compliant).


The course is very much hands-on and as the training progresses the delegates will be given frequent opportunities to create best practice accessible e-learning materials.


What the attendee will be able to do at the end of the course:

  • Recall common accessibility issues encountered by pupils when accessing e-learning content

  • Design and create e-learning (compatible with mobile technologies and virtual learning environments, such as Moodle) to overcome accessibility issues commonly encountered by pupils leading to greater equity of access


How the course benefits an attendee's school:

  • The course supports teacher skillset development to design and create accessible e-learning, which will help ensure pupils with SEN are given access to the curriculum and are motivated and challenged to the same degree as their peers. Attendees on their return can share the knowledge and skills gained with the wider school community to aid leading to greater equity of access. It will provide a school with practical support in helping meet its responsibility in providing appropriate special education needs provision as required on a pupil-by-pupil basis


Post course support:

  • Yes, if you want to phone or email a question to the trainer; or send through a resource you’ve created for your trainer’s feedback; this is actively encouraged

  • JSH's +1 offer: At the end of all each day the trainer will stay behind for an additional hour for any questions you may have or to provide additional support. However, we know at the end of a training event a delegate is often tired, or needs to get home or perhaps return to school. So for all JSH Learning courses, once you have attended a course, the next time that same course is in your area, if you wish to come along at the end of the day to ask a question that arose or you did not get time to ask first time, this is actively encouraged (we just ask you drop us an email first)




2 days, Day 1 09:00-15:30, Day 2 09:00-15:30

Lunch provided

Multiple bookings from the same school on the same course? 2 day course discounts available:
1 attendee: £500+VAT
2-3 attendees: 10% reduction for all attendees (£450+VAT per attendee):
4+ attendees: 20% reduction for all attendees (£400+VAT per attendee) [max. 8 per school]
Course available for in school delivery on request:
Locations and dates

Jan 2016

London, Thurs 28 Jan and Fri 29 Jan 2016


February 2016

Edinburgh, Thurs 4 Feb and Fri 5 Feb 2016

Manchester, Thurs 25 Feb and Fri 26 Feb 2016


March 2016

Birmingham, Thurs 3 Mar and Fri 4 Mar 2016

Belfast, Thurs 10 Mar and Fri 11 Mar 2016

Dublin, Weds 16 Mar and Thurs 17 Mar 2016

Contact us


0161 820 8756



0161 660 0341



JSH Learning
University of Manchester Innovation Centre,

The Manchester Incubator Building,
48 Grafton Street,

Manchester M13 9XX​​



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