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Web Accessibility Curriculum

The Web Accessibility Curriculum (WEBA) teaches managers, developers, designers, and quality assurance specialists to create and/or test websites and applications to be accessible to people with disabilities and compliant with relevant standards. The courses cover basic to advanced techniques for addressing accessibility errors, and may be tailored to the experience level of the participants and the particular accessibility challenges faced by individual organizations. Specific emphasis is provided on developing go-forward solutions – ensuring accessibility is gradually injected into the development process.

Audience: Managers, Developers, Designers, and QA Specialists


  • Web Accessibility Basics
  • Web Accessibility Advanced
  • Web Accessibility for Developers
  • Accessibility QA for the Web
  • Introduction to ARIA
  • ARIA for Developers I
  • ARIA for Developers II