Available courses

This glossary covers the most common accessibility terms that we feel will help users in their accessibility journey.

This course provides an overview of how to use Access Analytics, including an explanation of our dashboards and how to get the most out of the product.

This course covers how to use Access Alchemy for all new users and those users who would like a refresher on how to use the product.

This course provides an orientation into AMP.

This course is designed to give new AMP users a thorough introduction to Access Assistant and the different features available.

This course provides an overview on how to use the Access University product.

The Accessibility Basics and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) lesson introduces users to what SVGs are and discusses areas where SVGs would be useful for organizations. Specific techniques for logos, diagrams, graphs, maps and more are also discussed. 

In this quick-start lesson, we go over the basics to ensure compliance with the new WCAG 2.1 standards. We cover the goals, facts and the decisions behind updating WCAG 2.0.

Please note: There is no final exam for this quick-start lesson in accessibility. As such, there is no certificate of completion awarded to students.

This course was designed for content editors and content creators with the goal of delivering tips for writing meaningful ALT text.
Please note: There is no final exam for this quick-start lesson in accessibility. As such, there is no certificate of completion awarded to students.
This lesson covers the best practices for creating accessible emails. It is important when creating digital content to ensure that inclusive design principals are followed to ensure all users can benefit from the content. With that in mind, Level Access has created a useful lesson in creating accessible emails.
Please note: There is no final exam for this quick-start lesson in accessibility. As such, there is no certificate of completion awarded to students.

This lesson dives into accessibility conformance reports for both sellers and buyers. The lesson covers supported standards, structure, and best practices for using the VPAT reporting format to report on accessibility conformance as well as how to translate accessibility conformance reports like the VPAT into plain English and use them to make informed purchasing decisions.

Please note: There is no final exam for this quick-start lesson in accessibility. As such, there is no certificate of completion awarded to students.

This course provides an overview of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 (WCAG 2.1), and how organizations can use these newly updated guidelines to make their web content accessible to a wide range of people with disabilities.

This course provides an overview of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and how this U.S. Federal law regulates software and hardware accessibility.

This course provides an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. This course identifies the purpose, application and interpretation of Title I, II, III or IV of the Americans with Disabilities Act with regards to digital systems like websites and applications, mobile applications, and other technology.

By taking this course, you will learn which services are covered under the CVAA, what to consider when creating and distributing video programming, how to make programming and program guides accessible, and what some good starting points are.

This course provides an overview of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, and how organizations can use them to make their web content accessible to a wide range of people with disabilities.

This course provides a high level overview of the process for auditing web pages and software for compliance against standards like Section 508 Revised and WCAG 2.0 or 2.1.

This course provides an overview of accessibility and how it applies to Information and Communications Technology (ICT). It is designed for those who will be introduced to the different types of disabilities, assistive technology, business drivers for accessibility, and various accessibility standards.

This course provides an overview of how to create and evaluate Portable Document Format (PDF) documents in Adobe Acrobat XI that are accessible to users with disabilities.

This course provides an overview of how to create and evaluate Portable Document Format (PDF) documents in Adobe Acrobat XI that are accessible to users with disabilities.

This course looks at the most common accessibility issues for Adobe InDesign, and how to address them before and after exporting to PDF. This course should be taken in tandem with one of our Adobe Acrobat courses.

This course provides an overview of how to identify accessibility challenges, evaluation techniques, and remediation techniques necessary to create accessible MS Office Excel spreadsheets.

This course provides an overview of how to identify accessibility challenges, evaluation techniques, and remediation techniques necessary to create accessible MS Office PowerPoint documents.

This course provides an overview of how to identify accessibility challenges, evaluation techniques, and remediation techniques necessary to create accessible MS Office Word documents.

This course covers the functionality to create accessible Microsoft Word 2013 and 2016 documents.

This course provides instruction on accessibility-related coding practices for the Android platform.

This course provides instruction on accessibility-related coding practices for the iOS platform.

This course looks at how to communicate the requirements for accessible mobile apps, describe assistive technology and it's use by people with disabilities on mobile devices, and describe techniques used in the evaluation of iOS content for accessibility.

This course looks at the most common accessibility issues for iOS and Android, and how to test for them.

This course looks at techniques for testing and evaluating accessible web content.

This course provides instruction on ARIA web development concepts.

This course provides additional instruction on ARIA web development concepts.

This course looks at how to use ARIA to provide information to assistive technologies about custom controls and dynamic content.

This course looks at advanced techniques for the design, creation, and evaluation of accessible web content.

This course provides a high level overview of the testing tools used in the audit process including assistive technology.

This course provides an overview of the major functionality and testing techniques of JAWS to validate accessibility best practices in websites and web applications.

This course provides instruction on testing with screen readers.