Web Accessibility Training
Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and worldwide via Webex More

Advanced Deep Dive into WCAG
Code: ADD-06

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Audience: Developers, QA Specialists

This course is a hands-on interactive exploration on how the WCAG can be implemented on today’s multi-faceted websites to make them more accessible to people with disabilities.

We will provide hands-on (X)HTML, HTML5 code work, we discuss best uses of JavaScript and how to supplement it with WAI-ARIA attributes, and we provide case studies and examples of accessible AJAX, JQuery, dynamic applications and other Web 2.0 widgets and electronic content.  A USB key with tools, techniques and checklist are provided.

What You Will Learn:

  • Review of WCAG 2.0 Principles, Guidelines, and Success Criteria
  • How to choose which Success Criteria apply to you
  • Reviewing actual examples of good WCAG conformance
  • How to access W3C resources
  • Common HTML Errors
  • Accessible JQuery
  • WAI ARIA attributes to supplement JavaScript and enhance HTML
  • Applying WCAG to HTML5
  • Accessible HTML5 Forms
  • Multimedia (including Captioning)
  • Using a screen reader to test
  • Tools to view the Accessibility API
  • Exercises: HTML code work for accessibility


Basic understanding of (X)HTML. Programming knowledge is a plus.

Why choose

Can Adapt
for accessibility training?

  1. We know the pulse of WCAG: Learn with a 15 year WCAG veteran, the longest serving Invited Expert on the WCAG standard.
  2. Hands-on experience with web developers: We have worked with webmasters from some of the largest organizations.
  3. Practical tools: Not “one-size-fits-all”, flexible relationships, customized to your website. Tons of tools, tips, tricks & resources.
  4. Dynamic and engaging training: Energetic, fun and interactive. Some courses include demos with persons with disabilities.
  5. Additional support: Each student get a free 30-minute telephone and/or email consult within one month of the course.


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