News

This page will provide you with all the latest information on everything that is happening at Accessible Wales. We will also keep you up-to-date on anything we think you should know regarding disability.


 

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.

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Accessible Wales training at Dyfed-Powys Police

Staff from the office of the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office after completing the course

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.

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Accessible Wales, Learning Something New

Recently Principal Consultant Richard Jones with Mark Thomas Campus Director/Director of Facility at the Aberdare Campus of Coleg y Cymoedd

Recently Principal Consultant Richard Jones met with Mark Thomas Campus Director/Director of Facility at the Aberdare Campus of Coleg y Cymoedd. The meeting took place to discuss how Accessible Wales could help both the students and staff in the campus.

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A Busy Few Weeks Ahead

20% off services until the end of October

A Busy Few Weeks Ahead It’s all go with us at Accessible Wales. The next few weeks are extremely busy, we’re not complaining though! Next week we’re going to be carrying out an access audit of the museum of Modern Art in Machynlleth.  Our Access Consultancy service

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Can you spot a person with a disability?

Can you spot a person with a disability? It’s not as obvious as you think! Today is world Mental Health Day, it is important to remember that not all disabilities and health conditions are obvious. 1 in 4 people in Wales suffer with a Mental Health condition

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