- Program Description
- Program of Studies / Mandatory Courses
- Admission and Registration
- Next Steps
- Frequently Asked Questions
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Designed for those who wish to improve their digital accessibility and inclusion skills. This program will be of interest to anyone who creates digital content using Microsoft Office (365), PDF remediation professionals, or someone looking for a rewarding career in accessible content creation and remediation.
- Office 365 accessibility features
- Optimize Office documents for accessibility and inclusion
- Optimize PDF documents for accessibility and inclusion
What you'll learn
- Document/content structure
- Logical reading order of content
- Adding alt text to complex images, charts and diagrams
- Accessible tables
- Accessible PowerPoint slide decks and presentations
- Accessible Excel spreadsheets
- Advanced accessibility features, tools and techniques in Office 365
Admission and Registration
You do not need to apply to begin this program. Simply ensure you meet the requirements listed on the Admission Requirements webpage prior to registering.
OSAP funding may be available. Learn more about Financial Assistance Options for Continuing Education Students.
- Alternate Text Production Centre
- Digital Accessibility Specialist
- Content Creation and Remediation Specialist
- Graphic Designer
- AODA Accessibility Coordinator
- Accessible Content Trainer
For details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, visit the Government of Canada Job Bank (opens in new window).
Frequently Asked Questions
- Continuing Education FAQ
- Where can I find more information on registering?
- What is the fee structure?
- How can I apply for an exemption?
- Can I obtain credit for learning obtained outside a traditional classroom?
- Where can I find more information on online learning and exams for online courses?
- How do I apply to graduate?
Interdisciplinary, Media, Creative Arts and Business