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RIBA Access Consultancy Course: Inclusive design skills for architects: York
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM TBC
Date: November 15, 2018 to November 15, 2018
Where: TBC, 170 Rodeo Drive, Brentwood, New York, United States, 11717
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Event Type: Business
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Inclusive design and accessibility can be a confusing and sometimes subjective area. RIBA Access Consultancy Course aims to help architects grow in confidence and understanding when discussing these issues with clients. By attending this course, you will increase your understanding of user needs and the implications of a non-inclusive environment. The RIBA Access Consultancy Course will help you develop your knowledge of legislation and regulations covering inclusive design and gain a wider awareness of available best practice documents. The course will develop this knowledge and understanding through workshops including a mini-audit, design appraisals and mini-workshops discussing case studies. You will be provided with information regarding how to become an accredited Access Consultant with the National Register of Access Consultants (NRAC). Who is the course for?  The one-day interactive course will provide delegates with "core competences and skills requirements" that would help their NRAC Consultancy application.  The Access Consultancy course will be aimed at architects seeking NRAC accredited consultancy status. However, the course is also open to all architects and construction professionals wanting to further their accessibility knowledge and training. Course content and structureThis 6-hour interactive course is delivered from 10am to 5pm, including structured learning modules and practical case sessions. Morning session NRAC: what is it and what is needed to become an access consultant  User needs explained  Access auditing: the process of auditing, what's included, and writing the report Afternoon session Legislation: what you need to know  The RIBA process and how Access Consultancy applies Access appraisal workshop   Speaker Simone West, Principal Access Consultant at AtkinsThis course is designed and developed by Simone West, who has been a Chartered Building Surveyor for 25 years, specialising in inclusive design for 17 years. She has had the opportu
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