Lectures & Training

In person or online lectures and training sessions, from global accessibility to arts focused. We tailor our sessions and activities to the need of each customer, whether it is a single individual, a school, a university, or a private company.

1. Digital accessibility

Many companies and artistic places wonder if their communication tools are accessible. But what does it mean exactly? Do you have a website? A newsletter? We can introduce you to the basics of digital accessibility. We first need to know what you try to accomplish. We have a guide that can help you. You can download it for free by clicking on the button below. Then, request a free follow-up in the “Book a time with us” section of the “Contact us” page, and we will work together to bring you to the next steps.

2. Accessibility in classrooms

Sometimes it starts with “the topic of the month” in a school: let’s talk about accessibility!

As an example, watch the Community Music Schools of Toronto podcast (CMST Talks) about accessibility and music here (YouTube video):

If the video doesn’t play, click on this link to watch it directly on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TrLnpIvySJM?si=Z6nWcZI_9L1HyusA

3. Academic lectures about disability in the arts

Do you need an academic lecture for your class? It is also a possibility.

As an example, watch a lecture given at the York University 2023 Graduate Music Students Association Colloquium (YouTube video):

If the video doesn’t play, click on this link to watch it directly on YouTube: https://youtu.be/mEEBI7Uik9o?si=Sg4Q_R_rZS3597hZ

There are many other opportunities to connect, such as Zoom conferences, Q&A, in person and online workshops, etc. In the future, this website will also host training videos and speakers series. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, ask us what is possible for your specific case. Use the following button to contact us.