Accessibility isn't all about providing ramps - it's about providing information, giving good customer service and offering facilities that mean that your business is ready to give a warm welcome to all visitors, and that disabled visitors are able to make informed decisions and know what to expect if they choose to visit you.
Over 10 million people in Britain have a disability. This is a huge target market that could be visiting your business. Formulating an Access Statement gives you an opportunity to take positive steps to engage with this often neglected market sector - and of course helps you meet the legal requirement under the Equality Act 2010 to consider disability access to your premises.
This workshop will cover:
This workshop will be held at Totally Sustainable - an independent energy hub which showcases green building practices and alternative sustainable technologies. Their location at the old school house in Pencader has been carefully renovated and is now one of Wales’ most sustainable properties.
This workshop will be led by Vivien Young, Equality & Diversity Advisor for Business Wales.
£10 per person
Places must be booked in advance. Please contact us by no later than midday on Monday 27th March to book your place.
This workshop is supporred by Business Wales
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