Accessible Wales at the heart of the Cardiff Community
As former Chair of a Citizen’s Advice Bureau based in Rhondda Cynon Taff, Principal Consultant Richard Jones is a committed supporter of the organisation. Accessible Wales are proud to confirm they are a supplier of training for the Barry branch of Cardiff and Vale Citizens Advice Bureau.
Accessible Wales recently carried out two successful half day courses during the same day. Below are some of the positive comments we received during both courses:
“The trainers own experiences made situations and challenges easier to understand.”
“I think the delivery was extremely well balanced giving both sides as to what was realistically achievable i.e. Changes are effected by budgets and what one person finds appropriate another may not. The main point to remember is communication.”
“Excellent delivery on a subject that I now know much more about.”
“Superb. Richard is a quality speaker with a great sense of humour.”
“I found the course very interesting and the trainer very informative.”
Accessible Wales provides clients with a flexible service, meeting their needs in terms of content and timing. Topics discussed are often perceived as difficult and thought provoking, and include addressing what is a disability and the etiquette used when interacting with people with disabilities. Practical demonstrations of access issues are always useful and welcomed by delegates.
Courses can be tailored to suit your needs, with the choice of either a full day (5 hours) or half day (3 hours) courses. We schedule regular training courses at a central venue, or if you have more than five staff members we can come to you.
More information on our training service can be found on our Disability Awareness Training Page.