Time 2 days X 10:00am to 4:00pm
Cost: $1300 +GST
For: Managers and staff who have responsibility for reviewing, planning, designing, managing or maintaining buildings, as well as for those who are required to provide advice to others regarding access issues in the built environment including building surveyors.
This two day program incorporates the nationally recognised course CPPACC4005A - Conduct a Building Access Audit. The key elements of access to buildings, including relevant legislation and Access to Premises Standards are incorporated. The course provides participants with a practical framework and tools for undertaking an access audit of a building. It aligns with national units of competency from CPP40811 Certificate IV in Access Consulting and CPP50711 Diploma of Access Consulting.
The course provides a framework for participants to undertake an access audit of a building and covers the essential key components of access to buildings including:
- Overview of disability access issues
- Overview of relevant State and Federal legislation and Australian Standards
- Identification of key access issues, barriers and solutions
- Key issues in dealing with clients
- Development and use of an Access Audit Checklist and Report
- Undertaking an Access Audit of a sample facility
- Reviewing and testing of knowledge learned
Ms. Joe Manton - Director, Access Institute
GDWA, ACAA, AITD, WCLP Cert IV WTA, Certificate IV in Access Consulting, Cert IV TAE, LHA Registered Assessor.
Qualified Trainer and Assessor, Accredited Access Consultant, Fellow of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia.
Joe has undertaken access studies overseas and is a Fellow of the Williamson Community Leadership Program. She was inaugural Convenor of the Victorian Access Consultants Network (VACN), past Vice President of ACAA, a member of the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) and an affiliate member of the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors.
Joe has undertaken many hundreds of access audits as well as the development of many Disability Access and Inclusion Action Plans and other access research and improvement projects. She leads a multi-disciplinary team of experienced and qualified access professionals and trainers who have extensive skills gained from both professional and personal experience in addressing a wide range of access issues.