Free AT webinars & resources

Free courses & resources:

Access and Inclusion Through Technology

Access and Inclusion Through Technology: A round-up of news
from the world of assistive technology. Read, Share, Debate, and Act!


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EquatIO: Accessible Maths 18 May

Creating accessible documents 15 June

Clicker 8: Improving literacy 20 July

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*LIVE WEBINARS*: Limited Seats Available

4th May: The Hardware to the Software: Everything you need to know to make an iPad Switch Accessible. Part 1 REGISTER HERE

11th May: The Hardware to the Software: Everything you need to know to make an iPad Switch Accessible. Part 2 REGISTER HERE

15th June: A Deeper Dive into DIY AT for the New Normal REGISTER HERE

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Register now to the FREE Assistive Technology webinar series to gain insight into the world of Assistive Technology.

Webinar 1: Technology for Play & Leisure: INFO/REGISTRATION HERE

Webinar 2: When Technology Meets Communication: INFO/REGISTRATION HERE

Webinar 3: Using Technology to Promote Engagement & Success in Learning Activities: INFO/REGISTRATION HERE

Webinar 4: Introducting IssieApps for Communication, Education & Play: INFO/REGISTRATION HERE

PAID Training Courses:

Enable Ireland’s Certified Foundations in Assistive Technology

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Enable Ireland’s Certified Foundations in Assistive Technology is a 5 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) course accredited by Technological University Dublin, through the College of Engineering and Built Environment. The course is delivered via 11 webinars on the Microsoft Teams platform and Moodle. We’re delighted to announce that we’re now enrolling for the Foundations in AT Course 2021 which commences on 7th September. For further information/enrolment please see HERE


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Accessibility and Inclusive Design Training (PAID): Learn more about the range of on-line accessibility training courses from Ability Net HERE



 Supporting Learners’ Assistive Technology at all stages of their college journey 19 May – This course focusses on key stages in a learner’s journey and highlights the appropriate support required for effective outcomes.

Voice control for accessibility 17 June – Voice control devices are convenient for most, but for many people with disabilities, they can be a solution to accessing information, entertainment, and controlling their environment.

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