Accessibility training courses

We offer a series of inspiring and education training courses to fit different roles, skill sets and levels of expertise. You can participate in our training sessions online, watch videos of them when it works for you, or we can do on-site training in your organisation.

Basic training

Our basic training is intended for anyone who is completely new to what accessibility is about, what guidelines apply, and how accessibility affects you. Our nanotraining is an online course that you can use to motivate and spread basic knowledge on accessibility throughout your entire organisation.

Introduction to accessibility

Are you looking to get a solid introduction to accessibility? Then take this chance to participate in our basic training. We show clear examples of good and bad accessibility, review statistics, tell about political decisions and explain uncommon terms and concepts.

Nanotraining for large organisations

Funka offers short-format interactive training. Spread accessibility-mindedness throughout the entire organisation by using NanoLearning – brief, motivating online lessons in digital accessibility that anyone in the workplace can follow.

Subject-specific training

Intended for anyone who knows the basics and who wants to know more and find out what applies specifically to one’s own professional role as, for example, a developer, editor or designer. Here there are also separate trainings on regulatory requirements, PDF files, apps, plain language, etc.

PDFs & Accessibility

If you want to be certain that PDF files published online can be read by everyone, you should attend Funka’s training on accessible PDF files, which is intended for anyone who designs PDF files from Microsoft Word or Adobe InDesign.

Publishing & Accessibility

Accessibility is much more than just technology! As a web editor you bear a great responsibility for ensuring that the website is accessible for all users. In order for the content to be readable and structured for users of assistive tools and users with special needs, comprehensive knowledge about accessibility from an editorial perspective is a must.

Design/UX & Accessibility

In this training we look at how UX, design, and accessibility interconnect, what points are touched on in WCAG, as well as the added value of having users with functional impairments participate in use tests.

Development & Accessibility

This training is for anyone who wants to learn more about how to actually achieve accessibility in purely technical terms. According to both regulatory requirements and Funka’s recommendations. We show clear examples of good and bad code, review requirements and explain what works and what doesn’t.

Apps & Accessibility

This training is intended not only for anyone who develops apps, but also for anyone working with UX/Design or testing who wants to learn what actually needs to be done to achieve accessibility in apps for iOS and Android. According to both regulatory requirements and Funka’s recommendations.

Law & Accessibility

This training provides you concrete knowledge of applicable regulations and how your organisation is affected by the Web Accessibility Directive. This training is for anyone who manages, orders, specifies, purchases, develops, procures, publishes, designs, manages projects in, writes or otherwise works with websites, intranets or apps within the public sector. All roles are affected by more stringent requirements on accessibility.

Certification courses

Intended for anyone looking to prepare for certification in accessibility through taking either CPACC or WAS. Both certifications are issued by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).

CPACC-certification - Preparatory training courses

Funka offers a preparatory training course for those working towards CPACC-certification CPACC stands for Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies and is issued by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).

WAS-certification - Preparatory training courses

Funka offers a preparatory training course for those working towards WAS-certification. WAS stands for Web Accessibility Specialist and is issued by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).