Accessible Wales is a disability consultancy company specialising in providing companies with an understanding of what they are legally required to do as a result of the Equality Act 2010 and other pieces of legislation. Our main two services are access reviews and staff training, all our work is underpinned by the Equality Act 2010 and the social model of disability. We pride ourselves in offering our clients the most holistic service possible, therefore allowing them to offer the best possible service to their clients.

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Access Day 2019

March 16th is is National Access Day, as a company we’ve been helping Welsh companies become more accessible since we opened in 2007. To mark National Access Day here are five of the clients who have had access audits/reviews from us over the years.

Friends Reunited

It was great to meet with Jamie Williams, Director of Cymru Healthcare Ltd today. Cymru Healthcare and Accessible Wales are old friends with Managing Director Wynne Williams helping to sponsor Accessible Wales launch in the Glancynon in Hirwaun in 2008.

November and December Training

In case you’ve missed it, we’ve got a training course coming up and we’ve got four spaces left to fill… you lucky people! Our next training course is taking place Thursday 22nd November 1pm – 4pm and will be held in our office. To book a place on this course click here or call us on 01685 810432.

Get Your Diaries Out!

Yes, that’s right we’ve been planning our training schedule for 2018/2019! As you know we’ve been working on our new training suite and we’re almost ready to launch it; with that in mind we’ve scheduled six in-house training courses running from September – March.

Boosting Students Knowledge at Coleg Y Cymoedd

Students from Aberdare Campus of Coleg Y Cymoedd recently took part in a one-hour Introduction to Disability Awareness as part of the BOOST programme.

Accessible Wales training at Dyfed-Powys Police

Accessible Wales was pleased to train staff from the office of Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office last week. The course was one of four planned with the office to train all the Commissioner’s staff, highlighting the priority Dyfed-Powys places on equality.